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TLABOR PLANS SHOWDOWN
WITH KOADS IN JAMAKT (
troupers Announces Bi?r Four Brotherhoods
Heads Will Address ConveBtfrja
Monday and (-all for Con
<cerfc of Action 011 .tdamson Act.
Baltimore, Md., Nov. 16.?President
~"Sameul Gompers, of the American
Federation of Labor, announced today,
after receiving telegrams from the:
^presidents of the four railway broth-,
erbods. thaf the represntatives of'
- "?>>? roiln-ov omnlnroc will hp in Rnl-I
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Ttimore Monday or Tuesday and will
=address the American Federation conrvention.
By implication, Mr. Gompers gave
"interviewers to understand that labor
is determined that the 8-hour law for
trainmen, as passed by congress, shall j
' To repeated questions on various
phases of the situation resulting from J
v5the recent unsatisfactory conference (
-of the brotherhood heads and the ]
railroad managers in Xew York, Mr.
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$595 Buys ^
u don't think it possible for 3
: car you want. But at $5951
1 answer your every requin
i t buy more motoring sati
:nd more is extravagant fc
)UR new improvements just
Maxwell surpassing value is mac
ng. We have adcjed a new over
ild?made the Iseats wider and
per?lengthened the springs to m<
lient?and installed dash lamp
ge on the instrument board. Si
CAROLINA AUTO C
Newberry, S. C.
AAntivA /?rninr?i1 r\f t"hp fp^ppation tire-f
sented an interesting supplementary
report at the morning session o.r the
PREPARE FOft HIGH
PRBCED DRAFT HORSES
Clemson College, Nov. 16.?More
than a million horses and mules of ^
tne unuea siates nave Deen usea ioi
military purposes in connection with
the European "war during the last 18
months?that is about one horse to
every 20 in the country. For some
time before the European war prices
had sagged until breeders had barely
more than 50 per cent of their mares
nate. The war demand and the few
number of animals bred are bound to i
brina; about high prices for horses;
and mules, not only during the war
dut for several years alter.
There are probably 20,000 mares on j
South Carolina farms, and only 2,000 J.
to 3.000 of these are regularly pro-1
iucing foals. At least 12.000 of these'
mares should be regularly foaling.
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ake them more
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shall see "her face again, not as it
was when we saw it last, pale and
lifeless but it will be bright and shining,
never to bear the marks of pain
Pear opes your home is sad and
lonely since the spirit or"your dear
daughter and sister has been called
to her blest home in Heaven. Now we
part in tears on earth to meet no more,
but dear one we hope to meet on the
other snorp. No more on earth shall
we hear her footsteps, but may wo
meet her bright and shining face at
the pearly gates above where no parting
tears are shed, but all will be
bright and happy on that golden
shore. May the God of all peace
comfort the bereaved ones and may
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been and strive to meet her in a fair- j
er land where there will be no parting.
The one who said "Come unto
me and I will give thee rest," ha?
called her to that beautiful world
He calls "Father's house." This life
made up of meeting, but sometime,
somewhere, we'll never say goodbye,
nd while we symapthize with those
[ WILSON SETS DAY
j Americans Urged, in Their Time oi
HniminptiK tn I'itv nriH KaIIpvp
Washington, Xov. 17.?President
Wilson today formally by proclamaj
tion desingnated Thursday, Novembei
, 30, as Thanksgiving day.
| "It has long been the custom of our
I people to turn in the friutful aucumn
| 01 tne year in praise and thanksgiving:
i to Almighty God lor His many bles|
sings and mercies to us and the na!
I * i lin vpnr that Vi.-ic plarwpfl since
we lad oo^erved our uay 01 tuaiiKsgi*iiig
uas oceil lieu lu DicSillltjj lo us as
a Out tue V* 11OIU iilCti OI tUC
\\uiui uds Deen" uarKeoea oy war. in
toe ixiiubL ot our p^a^e anu napyineos,
our tnougnts aweii vitn panuui uisquiet
upon me struggles and suiieriiigs
oi tne nauons ac war and ol
me peopie upon wuoni war nas
brougnt disaster witnout cuoice or
possibility 01 escape on their part,
vve cun not timiK. of our own Happiness
witnout tamaing of tneir piui
i ".now, taerefore, I, 'Aoor'^ow Wil
I son, picaiueui in uie Lnitc. states 01
Amcuca, uo appoint Tnursciay, tne
ouLii 01 -Nuvemuei',, as a uay 01! naLiiaiin
>31 vxii^ ana pra^ey anu
ui&t: ana a,uws>e t^e people iO resort
rhuir covorsl nla.-l-s Of WOlSflll) Oil
L^ai uay 10 reiiuer uiaiiKs to Almignty
uvu iui* Lae uiessmgs ot peace and
unuroKen prosperity wnien we has
uestowed upon our beloved country
111 sucn unstinted measure.
"And I also urge and suggest our
duty, in tins, our day of peace anu
aouuaance, 10 tnmk in deep sympathy
i ot tue stricken peoples ot the world
| upon whom the cui se and terror oi
I war has so pitilessly fallen and to
: contriuute out ot our abundant means
to the relief of their sufferings.
"Onr neoDle could in no better wa)
show their reai attitude towards the
present struggle of the nations than
by contriouimg out of their abundance
to the relief of the suffering wuich
war nas bi ought in its train.
"In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the seal
01 tne United States to be ouixed.
"TYrvno th? nf Washington.
J*J\J II 111 CU-t V4VJ vr<. > t 0 ,
this 17 ta day of November, in the year
of our Lord 1916 and of the independence
of the United States the
"By the President,
Secretary of State."
tvi a KaaItc? fnt* tha ^Allonh'rvn C\f
1 WW WWA<9 ivi vviA^vviva
state and county taxes will be open
from October 15th, 1916, to December
31st, 1916. !
Those who prefer to do so can pay
in January, 1917, with one per cent;
f-hrkc^i wfon nrpfor tn nnv in Pphrnrarv '
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11917, can pay by adding 2 per eent;
| those who prefer paying from March |
| 1st. to March 15.th, 1917, can do bo
I by adding 7 per cent; after March I
! 15th, 1917, the hooks win he closed.
Taxpayers owning property in more
than one township will please inform 1
me when paying or writing for the
amount of his or her tax. j
CHARACTER A>D REPUTATION
j "Long ago the distinction between
j character and reputation was drawn:
! character is what you are, reputation
j is what others think you are. Can
j a man have one without the other?
| Certainly, and a good illustration
i was given r.s by a young man who in
i a Sunday school address the other
! day, speaking of the Great Apostle,
1 said that Paul at certailn periods in
| his life had a bad reputation though
j he had a good character. It is equal|
ly true that earlier in the i.Apostle's
i career he had a good reputation and
! 1.1 bad jcharacte/r. The ideal of
rriiirse. is tr> have hnth r> srood charac
I ter and a good reputation, but if either
| must suffer, let it e reputation rather
| than character."?Biblical Recorder.
i The trouble with a good many peo.
pie is that they have neither character
nor reputation. Of course people
i of this kind have very little, it matters
not how large' their eartVy pos!
sessions may be.
j No man can injure the character
' of another, unless he deliberately allows
him to do so by yielding to the
temptations that he sets before him.
j But it is very different with one's
I reputation. That may be badly dam'
?.ged v>y enemies, in spite of all that
1 one can do. And it is often the case
that a mna has more reputation!
101 acres of land in to
as the Ware Place. Has
cellent well of water^wl
seaside or a mountain hi
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nni a i p
ine Anderson r
| Company Offe
Sowing wheat this fall who i
Blood" goods when sowing an<
Co.'s top dressing a^d soda ne:
For the best five acres of whe;
For the second best five acres c
For the third best five acres of
For the fourth best five acres <
| than one. Among the evil minded ho A
may be reputed to be a bad man,
while among men of principle and J0
hp is as a man r.t
the finest of character. It is often to 9
! one's credit to have a bad reputation
; with some folks. It is evidence of 1
the fact that they are evil minded,
A n fit lilro Viim ho Hnac
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! not endorse their course, but haa the
courage to condemn it. Men hate
the light who are evil disposed and
! love darkness. And for this reason
j thev hate the good and love the evil.
3UlliJS TU tfUAD OYEltotfcKS
j To All Road Overseers of XeVoerr> x
i The la^ reauirf3 the overseer to
j put in six days work upon his section
: of road betwen the first day of JanI
uary and the first day of December of
; each year. A penalty of not lese tnan
; $25.00 for nf gleet ot duty. So please j
| take notice and put your full time in. A
You have only three more veeis to
J work roads. The law requires all per!
so-. 8 liable to road duty to furnish
! their own tools.
Respectfully, - j
J. C. SAMPLE, (
November 6, 1916.
I the Qotatoe That Dots "tot Affect Vm Head
1 Became cf its tonic ana iAxative effect, LAXATIVE
BROMO QCININSis betterthna ordinary
j Quini'ie and does not cau?e nervousness nor
i riugnig in head. Remember the full name and
! v-sk *:.-r the ?ijrn??tur?? K. w. OF VE. 25c ^
wn of Silverstrett, known
a good pasture and exhich
makes it equal to a
)me. Price $40 per acre.
>ly to ^
'hosphate & Oil
r the Following
ise the Anderson "Fish and
i Anderson Phosphate and Oil
at < ron
)f wheat 75
Df wheat 50