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St Standing oi
f In Cite
Last Chance to Securi
riod?. Will expire Si
Should do so N
Worth More I
k ^ At the close of the Ball
at 6 oelock k a. Moi
& November 6tn,~"uitr-standii
* * the candidates in ^Fhe Hi
and Ji'ews Great 'Circuli
Campaign was as follows:
<? Ballots and nomination!
\ <fr ceived after that hour wl
<? pear to the credit of each
dldate in the next public
^ of the list.
Miss Mildred Henderson .....
Miss Lizzie H.nry
Miss Ola Ringer
Miss Azilee Thomas
Miss L. B. Whitney
Miss Lizzie Adams
Miss Janet Boone
Miss Sarah Boozer
Miss Elearnor Coleman
Miss Lalla Oudom
Miss Virginia Watkins
Miss Irene Webb
Miss Helen Bishop
"Misc. Qarah fiarv
I^Ui* % ? v ^ - - - Miss
Lucile Belie Johnson ...
Miss Julia Murray
Miss Lucy Riser
Miss Beulah. Smith
Miss Dorothy Kinard
Miss Estelle Stockman
Miss Margaret Burton
Miss Ruth Digby
Miss Gladys Bauknight
Mrs. Cary Booth
Miss Mildred Evans
I Miss Marie Hamilton
T T> ToVirt anti _Tr
X?1 A O JL JL v v/** w
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I. JUU IMVC
mers 5,000 mil
that you paid o
You will tbii
I nary quality.
! quantity puce.
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^ith a cj
I and mai
to see th
to 8 inches.
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: Candidates !
s Votes on the Second Voting Pezturday
Their Renewal Subscriptions
ow as the Subscriptions are
Vow Than any Other Votes
otlng1 Miss Amelia KLitner 515,600
iday, Mrs. Frank Lominick 453,500
tg of 3> Mrs. Claude Lathan 712,500
grald <f> Miss Florence Morris 576,S00
ation <$> Mrs. W. S. Melton 689,300
^ Miss Estelle Moore 534,800
5 re- s?- Mrs. Charlie Ruff 456,600
I ap- <?>, Mrs. W. A. Springfield 714,900i
can- ^ Miss Vera Summers 576,500.
ation <S> Miss Olivia Stuart 497,600
^ Miss Helen S': er 502,300
| Mrs.'Frank sngn 486,500
698 800 Mrf" T Taylor ^ 510,600
514900 " K^salyn Werts 702,500
*708600 r<c F ^ecca W5cker 695,900
..646,300 yewberrv, R. F. D.
. .632,800 . MiSa Cola Alewine 476,600
| Miss I-oline Brock 696,600
? ^- cvov 673.200
. .715,900 311SS -Diauuue rvm ..352,990
Miss Blanche Folk 693.200
.706,900 Miss Roberta Lominick 319,600
,.426,500 Miss Lucile Suber OOO.DUU
..711,200 Miss Marie Wtendt 626.300
,.418,500 Miss Inez Wessinger 712,900
,.414,900 Miss Mary Price 699,200
,. 716,300 (Newberry)
,.422,30ft Miss Doscha Franklin "..429,900
, .673,^00 Miss Essie Gilliam 496,300
,.534,000 Miss Maude Kibler 676,600
..394,300 Mrs. Bennie.Livingston 706.300
..416,300 Miss Nellie McCary 693.S00
' Miss Sallie Taylor 692,200
"fif-onn MolDhon Mills.
371 600 Miss Jennie Belle Burton 702,300
,.704300 Miss Grao^ Dicker! ... 706,900
.697 800 ^*ss I' 2 Green 42^,500
515*600 Miss Viola .Tones .493,300
.*549^800. Oakland 31111s ,
aqc mn Miss .Tanie Burgess 458,300
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MAKFS VOU j
LOW PRICE I
i driven your 6-30 Chal- I
ioc vnn nrnhaMv will forget I
IVU J VU |#fi VWMWImj ^ _
m!y $1090 for the Car. ?
ik mostly of its extraordi- 1
It is the quality car at a I
ill Prices f. o. b. Detroit
INA AUTO CO. I
Newberry, S. C.
an if god???pa?c?a?ca?ao??MKngM?o I
Wise has remm
ir load of mules
res. Don't fail
ese before you
dry when you need !
lit us your dry pro?
?- " - O J M MLi
size iroiii uiuicd iu
RICK & BROS.
t Mountain, S. C.
Miss Viola DominicK 483,500
Miss Evie .Jones 692,500
Mi s .Janie Morris 416,000
Miss Pearle Summer 414,600
Miss Anniv Bedenbaugh 593,200
Miss Lola Bedenbaugh 716,200
Miss Bessie Lee Gibson 453,600
Miss Lucile Hawkins 475,000
Miss Francis Kibler 685,300Miss
Bonnie Lester 715,700
Miss Mary R. Livingston .....713.900
.Mi?s Lola B. Lowman 6S9,600
Miss Lena Livingston 652,300 ,
Miss Annie Singlpy 684,906
Miss Mary Watts 711,900
Miss Annie Crooks 713.5001.
T- ~ 7 If) 900."
v ei a xvniaiu ?
Miss Clara Wicker 713,800/
Silver Street. ?
Miss .Tulia Blair 562,500
Miss Helen Nichols 716,500f
Miss Mab?! Y^vbin 714,600'
Miss Majcrie "Vfart.in 498,900
Mi's Xell Fridav 556.800
Miss Ruby Herron 692.300'
Miss Monioa Moore 706.200
Miss Connie Shannon 689,300
\IITIPF OF FIN AL HLE3IEM |
I will make a final settiem.nt of the!
estate of L. C. Mosely, deceased, in the'
Probate Court for Newberry County,'
S. C., on Tuesday the 12th day of IX cember,
1916, at 10 o'clock in the fore-'
noon and will immediately thereafter
ask for my discharge as administra-,
T. D. COPELAXD. '
>OTICE OF SALE OF
HOUSE AND LOT
I By power and auihority vested in
mo under the Last Will and Testament
of ^Adeline Morgan, deaceased, I will
sell to the highest bidder, oil salesday
in December next", between the
legal hours of sale, before the Court
House door in Xewoerrv Counrv, b
C., the hcusf and Ijt located on Vincent
street, in he To\vn of New berry,
lot containing one-fourth acre of lana
u$on which is a small house. The
sam^ being the property owned by the
Estate of Adeline Morgai., deceased.
The purchaser of same will be requir
d to pay lor all papers, stamps
and recording fe??. and will also be
required to deposit with the Probate
Judge for Newberry County, V.\3 sum
of $25.0.7: the sam;i :j b;- held by him
until the lerms of che saie are complied
with, which must be within ten
days after sale
Terms of sale, cash
C. E. Hutchinson, j
Executor of Last 'TVill and Testament
of Adeline Morgan, deceased. I
FINDS SUBSTITUTE i-UK i.
"FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH"!
Mrs. Lee, Though Much Older, Says;
She >'ow Feels Like *Sweet |
OXiCE SUFFERED MI CH
Thirty-FiTe Pounds?Took Tanlac
and Says It Broke l'p Her
"I weighed ninety pounds wlien I;
began taking Tanlac, and I now weigh;
~ - T _ f
125 pounds," declared Mrs. Annie uw,;
of 415 Pall Mall St., Columbia, in a
statement she recently gave in en-1
dorsement of Tanlac, 'Th-e National [
Tonic," which she said she took a/year,
ago and which restored her health, j
One year after slie took Tanlac Mrs. I
Lee gave th-e following endorsement'
of the remedy which gave h?r such
remarkable results. Her ..cement
' rofnrp t took Tanlac I suffered
from nervousness, and this trouble;
was very bad. Also, my system in
general was run down and weakened.
I was so nervous that I would
jump if anyone spoke when I was
not expecting it or if anyone knocked
on the door. I had no appetite at
all, and really I did not eat as much
as a cat.
"My strength had almost left me and i
T could hardlv walk across the floor, j
1 was so weak and nervous. I suffered
awfully with headaches and ft seemd
that there was nothing that would
stop them. T could not sleep at all:
hardly and a few minutes after T i
woul'l got fo sleep I would jump and
! "? wide awake. There was very litflp
r st for m-? at night. In general, i
I frtlt badiv nil the time.
"I bought Tanlac because I had
rpad so much about it, and I took four
bottles. That was a year ago, arid
t feel o;; yell now as when I quit
taking Tanlac. I was a well woman
-"hen the fourth bottl* was gone, so
great was the results Tanlac gave me
"TVrt T?nipn helped me so much that
T feel like I was sixteen years of age
now, though T am much older than
that. I weighed ninety pounds when I
v *?"I-~ ~ Tonlon Voif nmXT WPlSdl
LiliMllg icimciv, uiic ?? .. v.0 ?
125 pounds (a gain of 35 pounds) or
more. The Tanlac q^ietrd mv nerves
and strengthened them and built ut>
my system. My nerves are fine now
and I feel well.
"I am always glad to rrcomm<md
Tanlac. and I do so because it is a
remarkable medicine, and it did al!
I could want it to do for me. Tt .1?st
11 t> mv troubles. Tt has been
a year since T took Tanlac and I feel
as fine noTT as I did whrrt I quit taking
Gilder <6- Weeks Newberry. S. C., Dr.
W. O. Hollowav. Channells. S. C.. Little
Mountain- Drnsr Co... TittTo Mountain,
S. C., The Setzler Comoany. Pt>maria.
S. C.. Prosnerftv Dm" Co..
Prosn^t.v. -S. .. Whitmirv Pharmacy,
Wfcitmire, S. C.
COMMUNITY FAIR AT ,, .
rtl TtiKRKOKD SCHOOL HOUSE &
On November 24, a Community Fair | _
win Lv iieid a: Kutlierford Academy, | tfy
under tae auspices of the Rural School 1
Improvement association. Mr. Fitz- |
pairick of ilemson will be with us, a raj:
a wl win eive a nractical demonstra- |
tion of how to determine the amount
of butter fat contained in milk, thus
enabling those who 11 profit by the jwjfcfa!
knowledge to get ri<l of cows that
are "boarders ' and to keep only tho=e . Wjir
that show a profit. I $hIL
There will be exhibits~0f fancy work. ? :Epr
canned goods of all kinus, poultry,
livestock, field crops, etc.
Tb- adjoining schocjii of Broad River,
Mt. Pleasant, Bethel, St. Phillips,
^1011. Pressly, Fork and McCrary are
invited to make a display of all the
hpfnm mpntionpd thinss. and any oth
er they sie fit. I ((
The public is cordially invited to I J
be with us, and to bring well filled j
baskets; for a picyic dinner will be
seized on ?the grounds.
Home made candy will be sola on
thc- grounds for J.he benefit of the
H. 31. Wicker, Pres.
Thos. W. Keitt, Sec'y.
A ton of soy beans will yield about
40 gallons of oil useful in various
A hundred and twenty-four pairs
of bird nest on the average farm in
NOTICE OF ELECTION FOR THREE
SCHOOL TRUSTEES iAND ONE
MEMBER OF THE COMMISSION I
nv prRT.Tp WORK'S FOR THE: I
TOWN OF XEWBERRY, SOUTH I
Notice is hereby given that the reg- |
ular election for three school trus- 8
tees, to serve two y. ars, and one com- ,
nnssionpr of public works, to serve
six years, will be held at the-' CounChamber,
in the opera house, in
the town of Xewberry, South Carolina,
on the second Tuesday in December.
1916. being the 12th day of
said month, the polls to be opened at
eight o'clock in the forenoon and to
close at six o'clock in the afternoon.
H. L. Speers, E. P. Bradley and H. 0. .
Fellers are appointed managers of the & 9
said election. j
By order of the Town Council of
Newberry, S. C., on this the 8th. day.
of Novtmber, 1916.
Z. F. WRIGHT.
Attest: Mayor, j
J. W. CHAPMAN, j
Clerk and Treasurer.
I will offer for Sale
Horses and Mare
B. A. Ha
I Tn tfip Town <
Also a fine lot of the fo
deen, Short Horn, Whit
and a few bulls. These
1 -- ll
fcvery animai win go
be exactly as represei
Havird's Stables on Fridi
Mr. Farmer, now will
Horse or Mare and fine
your price must be ours
We also have a few r
This sale will go on r
a. m. Don't forget the
W ho Said
Nobody Loves a Fat
Of course there are 4 'fat mei
men", but there's no reason
why every man, no matter
weight, can't look trim and s
in a "stout" model will fix al!
any man, no matter how i
pounds, no matter how great
ing difficulties may have bee
past. Right here we can she
splendid variety of styles anc
in stout models.
$12.50 to $2?
Also a select line for young
regular and slim suits, "Pine
models, etc. Hats, Shoes, St
lars and Ties.
r _ Ci_.t _
Come to see us ior aiyie,
iRES AND CAT!
: a carload of we'
s for the high d
of Newberry, S
llowing breeds of Cat!
e Face?some cows a
i are select stocks foi
with an absolute gu<
ited. They will be
ay, the 10th, for your i
be your time to bu;
Cattle at your own
lice Tennessee Hogs.
ain or shine at 11:0
date, Saturday Nov.
n & Li
n and fat
I fhaf -fnr
L iUUl iVl
>w you a
* men in
?. c. j
in B. A.
y a good