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jglje ||eralD atiD Jems.1
at tka Postoffica at Now**ror.
S. C., m 2nd cia?? mattar.
K. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Friday, October 20, 1922.
From information gather-?i by the
A?am4amViiva> T-Tnvol/1 t i?a:* \ \\ iii\)dco ..
Dpai MUUUlg iJLCiaiU iiuiii . iivlisui
ers and dealers in food stiffs It estimates
that around ?\vo million <1 ?Ilarr.
is sent out of Spar:axi.->urg e&eh
year for these things that coald be
grown right.m that li.1 ? county. The
syne is true more or less o- c/ery
county in the state. We need to
grow more of the things that we
need, but there is no use to talk about
growing .them when .*?ur people send
off to other starts and buy fr >ni these
states in preference to buying what
our own people gro?v. And :hat is
very frequently the
Newberry county couM grow all
the tomatoes that cojM be consumed
by all the people of the county, and
yet you may go to any store m tois
town where they deal in thes^ things
and you will see The shelves lined
with canned tomatoes grown and put
up at some far off place. And the
same is true of all th? cannel goods
that we see offered for sale, and the
fault is with the i-onsumer, mstea J of
giving preference for our home made;
articles he will buy th" voreign t?ut
? ?z? : ? ?
Up every u:ue. ou uirir ir.tu vi
education all along the lin.? and along
all lines. |
This is a good time to p'ow the
land and sow the grain. Aid it is a
good time to use the split lou* drag
and the scarifier and the scrape cn
the public roads, and these instruments
could do a rel service on some
of the roads that are off from the
main highways. Some of these roads
are in great need of a doctor.
The great state fair is to be on in
Columbia next week. This is a great
reunion week for the people of the
state, and we have always been a
great believc-r in the fair and adv'se
every one who can to go at least one
day and take all the familyl, that is
all who are old enough to take in
and appreciate the trip. It is a great
thing for \he people of the state to
get together on occasion. Of course
since the day of the automobile and
better roads the people are not ear so
far apart as they were before that
If the "Christian" powers did not
have so many Mohamedan "subjects"
in conquered " territory, the
Turks would not have such a free
hand in butchering Christians.
If the "forty thieves'7 had passed
a steal like the Fordney-McCumber
tariff bill their captain would have
had conscience enough to veto it.
NOTICE OF ELECTION x
State of South Carolina,
' County of Newberry. < i
Notice is hereby given that the
General Eiection for state and county
Officers will be held at the voting
precincts prescribed by law in said
ron^ty. on Tuesday, November 7,
1922, said day being Tuesday following
the first Monday in November, as
prescribed by the State Constitution.
The qualification for suffrage:
Managers of eiection require of every
elector offering to vote at any
r'pction b^ore ?>Powing frm to vote,
the production of his registration cerr?"?ftce
'ind r^o^t of tne payment of
all taxes, including poll tax, assessed
against him and collectible during .he
previous year. The production of a
certificate or of the receipt of the officer
authorized to collect such taxes,
shall be conclusive proof of the payment
Section 237. Code of 1912, as
amended by Act No. 6, special session
of 1914. j
Section 237. There shall be three
separate and distinct ballots, as follow*:
One ballot for R?oresentatives
in Congress; and one ballot for Governor.
Lieutenant Governor, State
officers, Circuit Solicitors, members
of the House of Representatives,
State Senator, county officers, and
one ballot for all Constitutional:
amendments and special questions,
each of three said boxes to be appropriately
labelled; which ba^cts shall
be of plain v.n'te paper and of such
width and lengrv a- to retain 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.
exceDt the name or names of
the person or persons voted for and
the office to which such person or.
persons are intended to be chosen,
and all special question; which name
or names, office or offices, question or'
questions shall be written or printed
or partly written sr ' partly printed
thereon in black ink; and such ballot
shall be folded as to conceal the name
or names, question or questions
theveon. and so folded, shall be do-!
nosited in a box to be constructed,
kept and disposed of as herein provided
bv law, and no ballot of any
description found in either of th^se
boxes shall be counted.
On all special questions the ballot
shall state the question, or questions,
and shall thereafter have the words
"Yes" and "No" inserted so that the
voter may indicate his vote by strik
Hgr out one or the other of such'
wc'U on said ballot. the word not so
stricken out to be counted. ;
Before tno hour hxew ror opening
the polls. Managers and Clerks must
take and subscribe the Constitutional
oath. The Chairnian of the Board of
Managers can administer the oath to
the other members and to the Clerk;
a Notary Public must administer the
oalh to the Chairman. The Managers
xu. ?.?l rMoi-k
Pieci cntr.ii viidiiiimii <iuu n.
Pol?* 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
be opened at 7 a. m. and closed at 6
The Managers have the pow?*r to
fill a vacancy, and if none of the
Managers attend, the citizens can ap.
cmt trom among the qualified voters
the Managers, who, after being
sworn, can conduct the election.
At the close of the election, the
Managers and Clerks must proceed
publicly to open the ballot boxes and
count the ballots therein, and continue
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.
deliver to the Commis-!
sioners of Election the poll list, the1
boxes containing the ballots and
iinnffan o fn rvi o n f c: rcf VAfilllts flf 1
At the said election qualified elec- j
tors will vote upon the adoption or
rejection of amendments to the State!
Constitution, as provided in the fol-!
lowing Joint Resolutions:
A joint Resolution to Amend j
Article X of the Constitution so as to j
Authorize the Town of Greer to- As-'
sess Abutting Property for Perman-!
A jo'nt Resolution to Amend j
Section 5 of Article XVII of the Con-j
stiturion Empowering the General j
Assembly to L.gulate the Printing j
for the State. j
A joint Resolution to Amend
Section 5, Article X, of the Constitu- j
4-"'>n R^latin^ to the Limit of the!
Bonded debt of school districts, by j
Adding: a Proviso Thereto as to the?
Due West School District No. 38, |
Abbeville County. j
A joint Resolut'on to Amend!
Section 7, of Article VIII and Sec-j
tion 5, of Article X of the Constitu-j
tion, so as to Exempt the City of
Beaufort From the Provisions Thereof.
A joint Resolution to Amend.
Paragraph 5, Article X cf the Con- j
st:tufon Relating to Bonded Indebt-;
edness of Counties, Townships, j
School Districts, Etc., by Adding a
Proviso as to the County of Beaufort.
A Joint Resolution to Propose an j
Amendment to Article X of the Con-j
stitution by Adding Thereto a Sec-j
tion to be Known as Section 13-A,;
Empowering County Authorities to!
Assess Abutting Property for Perma-|
nent Improvement of Highways. The J
provisions of said section shall apply
only to Beaufort County.
A jo:nt Resolution to Amend
Section 5 and 6, Article X, of the
< onsr.itution. Relating to the Limit of'
the Bonded Debt of Townships, by,
Adding a Proviso Thereto as to the
Township of Christ Church Parish, J
Charleston County, S. C., as nowj
Constituted Embracing in Area ofj
Said Township the Town of Mount!
Pleasant, S. C. j
A jomt Resolut'on to Amend.
Section 5, Article 10, of the Constf-H
tution Relating to Limit of the Bond-i
ed Debt of School Districts by Add-i
ing a Proviso Thereto, as to SchoolDistrict
No. 10, Cherokee County.
A joint Resolution to Amend!
Section 5, Article X of the Constitu-j
tion Relating to the Limit of the!
Bonded Debt of School Districts by
. \aaing a Proviso Thereto as to the;
School District of the City of Flor-j
ence in Florence County, South Car-j
A joint Resolut?on to Amend |
Section 7, Article VIII of the Con
stitut;on. Relating to Municipal j
t> ^ * a hi* A ddino- a;
1IUCU UiU'.vu ? .
Proviso Thereto as to the City of!
A joint Resolution to Amend j
Section 5 of Article XI of the Con- j
stitution Relating to the Formation!
zf School Districts, Etc., by adding j
a Proviso as to Certain School Districts
in Pickens County.
A j *'nt Resolution to Amend
Section VII of Article VIII and
Section V of Article X of the Conuniuuon
so as to Exempt the City of j
^--rrp-curg from the Provisions!
A joint Resoiut:on to Amend!
Section 7, Article VIII, and Section!
5, Article X, of the Constitution, so
as to Exempt the City of Union from
the Provisions Therof.
Th? following Managers of Elec-I
tion have been appointed to hold the!
election at the various precincts in I
tne said County:
v Court House?D. B.:
Werts, J. M. Johnson, W. B. Gog-1
Clerk, Mrs. Alice Aull Boozer.
Ne^vberrv Cotton Mill?P. E.
? - . rr,. TV T \ I
Shealy. inomas v. jor.es, .-v. |
Botiknigrht. Clerk, Miss Grace Jones.;
Mullohon Mill?C. H. Jackson. L. |
R. Gauntt, W. S. Bickl.y. Clerk, I), j
C. D riggers. i
Oakland Mill?S. R. Timmernnn.!
C. C. Spoon, R. E. M"'l . Clerk, M. \
Glymphville?Gertrud 1 Ma this j
^onderso", O. Fred Smth. J. S. J. i
Suber. Clerk, Annie Laurie Calci-|
H^Vja?-T. W. Henderson. I>. C. j
Spearman, Welch Wilbur. Clerk, Missj
Rosa Belle Thompson.
Maybinton?J. R. Thomas, A. H. I
??favbin. J. B. Richards. Clerk. Mrs. j
W. B. Whitney.
Whitmire?C. W. Howard. G. C 1
Young:. Marvin B. Abrams. Clerk, S. 1
Betheden?W. E. Elmore, L. E.
Hem/. J. C. Felker. Clerk, L. H.
Jalapa?L. M. Long, W. W. Riser,
Wilbur E. Epps. Clerk. John H. Aull.
Longshore?J. W. Wilson, H. L.
^ooz^r. T. J. Davenport. Cleik,
George H. Martin.
Silverstreet?Geo. P. Boulware, G.
W. Suber, J. M. Nichols. Clerk, H. P.
Williams Store?H. T. Fellers. Jr.,
L. H. Semi, L. C. Pitts. Clerk, John.
Chappells?J. I.. Watkins, .). B. i
Workman, A. L. Doniinick. Clerk.
Mrs. A. P. Coleman. !
Utopia?Walter 1. Herbert, J. A.'
Schun;peri. J. I\. Pevdew. Clerk,:
C arrie Belle Cvouch Cannon.
Prosperity?W. T. Gibson. G. A.1
Pugh. W. R. Slnglev. Clerk. T. J.
Her.drix Mill?G. L. Wise. Dudley
Bedenbaugh. B. L. Long. Clerk, J.
Slighs?J. A. Long, J. W. George.
J. K. Shealey. Clerk, F. F. Living- .
Jolly Street?O. S. Richardson.!
Thos. A. Ellisor. James S. Sease,
Clerk. Mrs. T. A. Epting. i
Central School House?E. S. Shea- <
lev, J. J. Hipp. D. S. Wicker. Clerk,
A.' L. Aull.
Walton?A. H. Harmon. J. D.
Cook, B. X. Suber. Clerk. 0. A. Feiker.
Mt. Bethel?S. A. Rikard, S. W. <
Brown, Ernest 0. Wicker. Clerk,
John H. RuiT. 1
St. Phillips?A. R. Ruff, G. W.
Lominick, D. S. Halfacre. Clerk, L.'
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"Glorious Girls in Giittering Gowns
Girl From Greenwich Village" seems
is any criterion. This sensational i
at the Newberry opera house Friday
mance only. Paul Whiteman's celeb i
ture with "The Girl From Greenwich
Valae $3.00, %
?mi mum am ^ Bxn R
To <>uy surplus
10 years of age.
Any mule you cio
it will pay you to
Will be at M
Stables Oct. 2
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or?wa??at no?pa????? ??c?
Peak?C. K. Stuck. R. V. Earglo, J
ii. I.. Suber. Clerk, Fulmcr. f
Vnion Academy?G. S. Enlow, H.!
J. Ilikard. T. J. Wilson. Clerk, Ebb!
Kinards?\Y. I>. Gary. J. B. Smith, j
L. B. Evans. Clerk. Mr-. Clarence _
Garmany?John T. Oxiuv. J. K.!
Sc.-iSe, M. J. Smith. Clerk. Mrs. A. G. i
Little Mountain? -(". E. Wheeler,!
r. A A \T ^licilv ("icvk.l
??liss Mattie Boland.
Pomaria?\Y. 1). Hatton, R. J.;
Johnson, R. H. Hipp. Cleik, -Mrs.
Beriey Bt denbaush.
F. OttEKX. Chairman,
J. J. MURRAX,
JOHX C. SWYGERT,
Commissioners of S:ate and County
Electicns for Newverrv County,
October 19th, 102:?.
Call for boxes Saturday, Nov. 4'h.
One of the managers for each precinct
will please call at Standard j.
Ware House on Saturday, Nov. 4, for j
the ballot boxes.
E. J. Greon. |
>" the line user! in advertising "The
to he lived up to if the above picture
nusical comedy will hold the hoards
night, October 20, for Que pert'or-.nffvi
orr-hp^tra i<? the crowning fea
cm a ure
!U nilLO 1
Me they last
I ^11^ ^
Mules from 6 to <
Will pav cash, n
not cave to feed, <
get our money. >4
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Uth and Zlst |;J
if ~TT *tzwane&nrjti. K^rrrszsr-iisrsrs^arcraB ^
I lili T!
: hi l i
? $14.50, $16.50, $18.50
| The G
! Ik 1921
? The guess is that t
J The 1921 and 1922 <
a made in 1911, whicl
j It Looks Th
Store your cotton
? Newberry where it i;
strongest insurance <
? ceipts are regarded.
? lowest interest rates
? can borrow 75 per c<
? o n
' O D.
tiger & Co
Your Coat or
^ stylish if pu
ISA.!.. f *3 J*-* ?-t .
/' /oo&. They <
should be, I
$6.50, $9.90, $11.
$22.50, $25, $27.50
Coats are Priced at
, $22.50, $24.50, $27.50, $3i
rum?* 2t - C1
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'rowing Store of Neil
I ?< ? 9 ? I
;he 1922 crop will be aboi
crops will be very little mc
i was 16,108,029 bales.
lat Cotton Should
with the Standard Wareh
l T - 1 ^ 1
5 protected against loss oy
companies in the United St.
as the very best collateral
at your local bank, or in C
;nt of the value of your coti
Dress will be
rrchasea here, f
g Coats and 4
good as they
are just what
? and Dresses m
)eautifullv de- m
e Priced at
.50, $16.50, $17.50, I
$32.50, $35, $39.50
!.50, $35, $45 to $60
itton Crop j
it 9,000,000 bales. %
ire than the South 9
ouse v_yonipciii.y <x\j ~
fire or water in the
ates and whose re
and command the J
olumbia where you f