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We have for sale SOO bushels Hancroft Prolific
Oats (graded seed) at $1.00 per bushel.
. When ginned on Our Special Gins, we buv at a
premium extra length staple cotton. Good stvle
Dalrymple and Texas Storm Proof are generaliv
V?Yth a premium.
r \ye buv for cash or exchange meal and hulls for
seed, or sell meal and \L\I\\S for cash.
ROBERT E. LIGON
NOTICE OF ELECTION. "Tho," thc Following: "South
State .ol Bouth Carolina, County of Carolina School for tho Deaf and
Andreeon. Blind, Located at Cedar Springs."
Nbii?e ls hereby given that tho Gen- Section 1, South Carolina School for
oral Bleceion for State and County Of- Deaf and Blind-Amendment to Cou
ll eera will be hold at tho voting pre- stitution-Bo lt rcolvcd, by tho Con
ducts prescribed by.law in said conn- eral Assembly of tho State of South
ty, on Tuesday, November 3, 1U14, Carolina, That the,, following umend
. said day being Tuscday following the mont to. Section H, 'Article II, or the
first Monday In November, as prc- Constitution of tho State of South
?cribed by tho State Constitution. Carolina, bo agreed to by ft two-thirds
She qualification for suffrage: voto of tho members elected to each
an agres of -'election ?hall roqulro House, and entered on tho Journals,
' ot every olector of for It ? to voto at respectively, with yeas and nays ta
bby' election, beforo allowing him to ken thereon, and bo submitted to the
vote,' tho production ot his -.regis- qualified electors of tho State at the
nation certificate and proof of the next general election thereafter for
payment of all tax?s, including poll Representatives to-wit: Add tho fol
toi; assessed against him and collec- lowing words to Section 8, Article II,
tibi? ?durinig tho previous year. Thc of tho Constitution, aller the word
production of a certificate or of tho "college" and before the word "the"
receipt of tho officer authorized to on Une three of said ocction, "South
collect euch taxes Shall bo conclusivo Carolina School for tho Deaf and
proof' of the payment there of. Blind, located at Cedar Springs, so
Thero shall bo separate and distinct that section, when ?so amended, ls
ballots at this' election of the fbi- to bo and be known ai Section 8,
lowing officers, to-wit: tl) dovernor Article II, and shall rent1, ns follows:
and Lieutenant Governor; (2) othor Section 8. The General Assembly
State Officers; (3) State senator; (4) may provide for th? maintenance of
members of'the House ?f Represen- Clemson Agricultural College, South
tntlvos; (6) county off leora. On Carolina School for tho Deaf ,'iand
which shall be tho name or names Blind, located at Cedar Springs, tho
of ?the person or persons voted for as University ?6f South Carolina, and tho
such-offices, respectively, and the Winthrop Normal and Industrial Col
office fOr which they are voted. (logo, a branch thereof, aa now ca tab
There shall be ' sep?rate boxes lh lished by law, and may create achol
whlch said ballots are to bo labeled arships therein; tho proceeds rosl
in plain Roman letters with tho offtco Ixed from tho landscrtpt given by tho
or. officers voted for. Act of Congress, pasB&d the second
? Whenever a> vote is to be taken on day of July in tho year of eighteen
any opeclal question or questions a hundred and sixty-two, for tho sup
box shall be provided properly ia- port of an agricultural college, and
baled for that purpose,'and tho ballots any lands or funds which have horo
th?rofor on such question or ques^ . tOfore been or 'may hereafter be given
tlons ?hall bo deposited. or appropriated' for educational pur
Before tho hour fixed for opening poses by the Congress ot tho United
*}\$ polia Managers aud . Clerks must states, shall bo applied as directed in
taso and subscribe tho Constitutional the Acts appropriating tho same:
\ oath to the Chairman. Tho Managers Provided, That tho General As??m
v Managers eas administer $he oat&?to :?iy shall? aa *?a? as practicable, who?j.
Ure other members and tb tho Clerk; ly separate dollin College fronr Claf
a Notary Public must adm'ulBterthe Uh University, and provide for a BOP
pbth to the Chairman The Managers arate ooma of professor? and instruc
?2'/cS tfcsir ; ???i?itt??i and Cltj.'k. fairs-."therein, representation to bo
. Polls at each voting placa must'bo given to men and women of thc no
"nartad at K o'clock a. m. and cloned gro race, and lt shall he tho Colorod
at 4 o'clock p. m., except in tho City Normal. Industrial, Agricultural and
ot Charleston, where .they shall bo Mechanical College of this State,
opened at ? a, m. and closed at 6 p. y-'Sec.' 2. That the electors voting at
. m.!-rri ' ' Snob genera! election In favor of tho
The Managers "have tho power to proposed amendment ehall deposit a
?ll a vacancy, and lt non? of th?Tttnu-- ballot with tho following words plain
agora attend, the citizens can appoint Jy written or printed thereon:
from among tho qualified rotors tito "Amendment tb Section 8, Article II,
Managers, , who, after being sworn, of tho Constitution, by inserting the
can conduct tbe election. ?. words 'South Carolina School for the
f At ' the close ? tho election, tho Deaf and Blind, located nt Cedar
Managers sud Clerk must proceed springs,* on Uno three of sal? section,
publicly to open tho ballot boxes and Against amendment. No."
count tho ballots therein, and make Sec. 3.Tho managers of election
a statement of the result for each of- snail canvass said vote? and certify
fica abd Sfcgn tho samo. Within threo tho result as now provided by law,
? days thereafter the Chairman of the and shall provide a separate box for
Board, or some one designated by .the said ballot
Board, must deliver to tho Commis- -
elonore bf Election the poll list tho No. 543.
boxos containing tho ballots ard writ- A JOINT RESOLUTION to Amend
tb^ statements of tho results ot tho Section 7, Article vin, of tho
elc?tion. Constitution, Relating to Municl
.?;';# At the Bald election separate boxes pal Bonded Indebtedness, by Add
wljr bo provided nt which qualified \ng tho School District ot York
oloctora will- vote upon tho adoption ville.
br rejection ot an amendment to the Section 1. Constitutional Amend
followiugJoint Resolutions: mont Relating to Bonded: Inbetedneaa
. **-~ Yorkville School. District-Bo it ro
T i . No. $48. ) solved ' by the General. Assembly of
A JOIN RESOLUTION to Amoud Sec- the ?Ute of South Carolina. That the
" UeS; 9? .Article i}? of the C^sti- .following amendment tc section 7, Ar
timon, by. Adding Theroto, on tlole VIII, bf tho Constitution ot the
AO** * tho Word? Stete Of South Carolina bo agreed'to;
\i'*C&?gi&'?*m .'Before' fhe Word'Add nt tho end'thereof thd'?bnbwlng
. sfeU^'J^ . .. ' -- .
*; v )-T$fp Fal} wear clothes that are Tailored
?L hy Master Tailors, of experience, skill ana
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J .'0*1* clothes Wilding is based on your in?
dividua*ity, your personality, y our form and
l^'li^WW'WW'IIII illlli.li ii|iip^ypyiS>W?^
words: Provided, further, That the
limitations imposed hy this eoction
and hy Section 5 of Article X, of
this Constitution, shall nut apply to
tho bonded indebtedness incurred by
tho school district of Yorkv?le, in
ibo County of Yo^t, v;hcn the pro
ceeds of said bond3 aro applied ex
clusively to erecting, or malting addi
tions lo, school buildings in thc said
district, and where thc question of in
curring such indebtedness is submit
ted to tho qualified electors ot said
district, na provided in thc Constitu
tion, upon the question of bonded In
Sec. 2. That tho question of adopt
ing thia amendment shall bu submit
ted at tho next general election for
Representatives to thc electors as fol
lows: Those in favor of the amend
ment will deposit a ballot with the
following words plainly written or
printed thereon: "Constitutional
amendment to Section 7, Artlclo VII,
of the Constitution, relating to muni
cipal bonded indebtedness, as propos
ed by a Joint Resolution entitled 'A
Joint Resolution to amend Section 7,
Article VU, of the Constitution, re
lating to tho school district of York
No. Ml. '
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an
Amendment to Article X of the
Constitution, by Adding Thereto
Section IC, to Empower thc Cities
of Florence and Orangeburg and
the Town of Landrum to Assess
Abutting Property for Permanent
Section 1. Constitutional Amend
ment Allowing Certain Cities and
Towns to Assess Abutting Property.
-Bo lt resolved by tho General As
sembly of tho Statt? of South Caro
Una, That tho following amendment to
Article X of tho State Constitution, to
ho kn j wu as Section 16 of said Ar
tlclo X, bo agreed upon by two-thirds
of the members elected to each House
and entered on the Journals respec
tively, with years and nays, and ta
lton thereon, and bc submitted to the
([unlined electors of tho State at the
next gomal election, thereafter for
Representatives, to-wit: Add tho fol
lowing soctlon to Artlclo X of tho
Constitution, to be and known as Sec
Section lp. The General Assembly
may authorize the corporate author
ities of (ho Cities of Florenco and
Orangeburg and tho Town of ban
drum to levy an assessment upon
abutting property for tho purpose of
paying for permanent Improvements
on streets immediately abutting such
property: Provided, That the said
improvements bo ordered only on the
written consent of majority bf tho
owners of the property abutting upon
tho street, sidewalk, or part of either,
i proposed to be improved, and upon
the condition that said corporate'au
thorities shall pay at least one-third
of tho costs of said improvements, i
Sec. 2. That thoso electors, at said
ideation, voting ~ ?n favor ,of\ said
; am en dm cut', shalt ??poaU a bailor'with
tho following.: words plainly written
'qr printed thereon: 7 Amendment to
Artic!** X of .he Stare Cou???aUon
by adding Section 16, empowering tho
Cttlps of Florence and Orangebprg
and the Town ot Land rum to assess
abutting property for pormanent Im
A JOINT RESOLUTION to A\nond
Section 20. Artlclo III, ot the Con
stitution, by Adding Thereto the
'following: "Except Where There
. Is Only One Candidato Nomi
nated for the Place to bo Filled
at Such Election, in Which Cake
the Election Shall be'Viva Voco
Without Any Roll Call."
' Section' jj';" Constltuptlonal Amend
ment Relating tb Elections.-Be it re
solved by the General Assembly of the
Stato of South Carolina, That thc fol
io wng amondmen to Section 20, Ar
ticle Itt, of the Constitution of the
State of South Carolina, be agreed to
hy a two-thirds vote of the members
elected to each Houso, and entered on
the ' Journals, respectively, with the
yens ?ntl nays taken thereon,' and bo
submitted to the qualified electora of
tho State at the next general election
thor caf tor for" Representatives, to-wlt:
Add tho following words to Section
20, Articlei HU,' ht the Constitution:
"Except where there'ls. only one can
didate nominated for tho place' to be
fined at Buch election, In which as?
the election ebal! be viva voce with
out any; roll call,'' and that said sec
tion; 'when so amended, ls to be and
bo .'known ni Beetloo, 20. Article III,
and shall read as follows:
? Section 20. : In. all elections by thc
General Assembly "or either Houso
thereof," the members'shall vote viva
voce and their votes, thus given, shall
bo entered upon tho Journal of the
Houso to which they, respecUvely, be
long, except where th oro ia only one
candidate nominated' for thc place to
be fllod at such election, in which
case the election shall hi viva voce
wiuYo tt any' roll call.
Sec. 2\ Ballots.-That tho electors
voUni at'-'??jcK ,eehemr*d>etion in fa
vor nf tho propu??H amendment shall
deposit a ballot " with tho" following
words ' plainly written or printed
thereon: "Amendment to Section 20,
Artlclo III, bf the Constitution, re
lating to elections viva voce by the
Oencral. Assembly-'Yes.' " And those
voting' against the said p ropos ed
amendment shall dcn'oslt a ballot with
thO following Worbis pl?tflly wT-tUeh
or printed thereon: "Amendment to
Section 20, Article iii, or the ?jonnii
tut?on. relating trisections viva voce
by tho General AaschibV-No,'
''jV?ec. S. The Managers of Election
sba};.can vasa sahl volo and certify
th? result as noW: provided by law,
and ahall pr?vido a separate box for
A JOINT RESOLUTION to Amend
Section 7, Article VIII, of the
.Constitution, Balatlng to Munici
pal Bonded Indebtednei s by Add
ing a Proviso Thereto as to the
City of Florence.
Section I, ContfHuUonai. AQcnd.
ment Relating to Bonded Indebted
ness City of Florence.-Be lt resolv
ed by the General Assembly of tho
State of South Carolina. That the
limitations Imposed by thia section
and Section S, Article X, of thc Con
stitution, shall not apply to tho bond
ed Indebtedness incurred by the City
of Florence, In the County of Flor
ence, when the proceeds of said bonds
aro applied exclusively for the build
ing, erecting, setabli'Jhing and main
taining of streets, waterworks, light
ing plants and sewerage system or
for tho payment of debts already in
curred, exclusively for any of said
purpoaes; und when tho question ot'
incurring such Indebtedness is sub
mitted to the qualified electors of
said municipality," as provided In thc
Constitution upon tho question of
Sec. 2. That tho question of adapt
ing thia amendment ?ball bc submit-,
ted at the next general election for
Hcpre8entatlvs to the electors us fol
lows: Thoso In favor of tho amend
ment will deposit a ballot with ii:?
folowing words plainly, written or
printed there: "Constitution, relat
ing to municipal bonded indebtedness,
as proposed by Joint Resolution to
amend Section 7, Article VIII, of tho
Constitution, relating to municipal
bonded Indebtedness by adding a pro
viso thereto as tb the City of Flor
ence'-yes." Those opposed to the
said amendment will deposit a ballot
with the following words plainly writ
ten or printed-thereon: ? ''Constltu
tiona] Amendment to Section 7, Arti
c?e VIII, of tho Constitution, relating
tho municipal bonded indebtedness, as
proposed by a Join t Resolution enti
tled 'A Joint Resolution to amend
Section 7, Article VIII, ot* the Consti
tution, relating to municipal bonded
Indebtedness by adding a proviso
thereto as to tho City of Florence
A JOINT RESOLUTION to Amend
Section 7. of Article VIII, of tho
Constitution bf This State uy Add
ing a Proviso Thereto so us to
Empower tho Cities of Chester
and Sumter Each to Issuo Bonds
to an Amount Not Exceeding Fif
teen Per Cent, of thr. Assessed
V?luo of the Taxable Property
" Therein for the Improvement of
Streets and. Sldewniks.
Section 1. Constitutional Amend
ment Permitting Chester and Sumter
to issue Bonds' for Street Improve
ments.-Bo it resolved by the. General
Assecbl y of the'Stat cor South Caro
lint, That Section 7, or Article VIII,
ot the Constitution, be amended as
folows: Add at tho end of the said
section the folow.ing: Provided,'fur
ther, That the limitation imposed by
this section and Section 5, ot Article
X, of the Constitution, shall not ap
ply to thc bonded Indebtedness in
curred by tho Cities of Chester and
8amter. but tho.said Cities of Chester
and sumter may incre?so each its bon
ed indebtedness f?L nn amount not ex
ceeding fifteen per., cont of . the as
sessed value of, the taxable property
therein where, sn'd bond? ito issued
for tho sole purpose of paying th?
expcoBOs or liabilities incurred or to
be in cm red in tho improvement of
streets and sidewalksi.where tho abut
ting property owners, oro being assess
eor two-thirds or efts-half bf tho cost
Sec;. 2. That the electors voting at
the next general election for Repre
sentatives favoring 'such amendment
shall cast a ballot-with the following
words plainly written' or prlntedthore
on: "Amendment to Section 7 of
Article VIII, of the Constitution, by
adding a proviso empowering the cit
ies of Chester and Sumter to each
increase its bonded ' indebtedness to
fifteen per cent of.the taxable value
of the property therein-Yes." And
those voting against-said amendment
shall deposit a ballot.with tho follow
ing words plainly written or printed
thereon: "Amendment to Section 7
of Article VIII, OT the ^Constitution,
by adding thereto a proviso empower
ing the Cities of Cheater and Sumter
each to Increase its' bonded indebted
ness to'flfteh per cent ot tho taxable
valuo of tho property; therein-YeB."
And 'those voting 'against, said amend
ment shall deposit a .ballot vMth the
following words plainly;:, written "br
printed tborobn: *'^?ndm??t tri-Sec
tion 7, of Article vi^L of tho CkmstK
tutios, by addingvJ^r^te/ia proviso
empowering' tho Cities .?pf? Cheater and
Sumter each to lncreaso Us bonded in
debtedness to fifteen pep ceo ntof the
Unable value of tho .property there
in-No." ,. . ;';V;'. v ' ' .-..
.? '? .
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an
Amendment w 'Artier X of the
Constitution, by Adding Thereto
a Section to be Designated ns
8<w?t??m1 1BA>. ?? Ehipowdt tho"
Towns of Lat,ta, and ;Dillon to As."
- raanefat improvements.
Section Vi.. Constitutional Amend-,
ment to Permit Town? of.Latta and
Dillon to Assess Abutting Property
Be ti resolved by th? General 'Assem
bly, ot the, State ofc ?c'jth .Caroling
That the" folowing amendment to" the
Constitution, Article; X, , to be known
Ba Section IGA o? .saUji Article; be
agreed tb; by two-thirds ot tho mem
bers elected to each-House, and ca
tered on tho Journals, respectively,
With yeas und nays tak;?ti thorccn,
and bo 'submitted to thVquajpmttfe
tora bf tho State at. the next general
el cet ton thereafter./i for; Representa
tive t?-wit, By adain^ tits *c!k>*
Ihg soc?Oh to Ar?cld wCoiTthe Con
stitution, to bo and be known as Sec
liles of th?.
lon te l^r^ *?n ' ?oftiutrnent uno? abut
ting property' tor'.'i^^?rl^''oT. ?py?
lng for pemianeht improvements on
atr?ots *nd \?idtfw|lfek ?or.;,slre?U
aldowalko, immediately ?buttlug - each
property? ?V&fflW&N*S said; im
provement? be-ordered'only .aper, th?
timm "bonsehtrora - mai^Ry^f tl*
owners of thoipropert?? abutting"upon
either proposed to the bo improved,
and upon the condition that thc cor
porate authorities shall pay at .least
one-half of thu costs of such improve
Sec. 2. Election-That tho electors
voting at such general election in fa
vor of tho proposed amendment shsli
deposit a ballot with the following
words plainly written or printed there
on: "Amendment to Article X of the
Constitution, by adding Section l&A,
empowering thc Towns of Latta and
Dillon" to assess abutting property
for permanent improvements-Yes."
And tboBO voting against Bald pro
posed amendment shall deposit a bal
lot with the fol o wi og words plainly
written or printed thereon: "Section
ISA, empowering thc Towns of Latta i
and Dillon to assess abutting property
for permanent improvements-fio."
Soc. 3. Tho Managers of Election
shall canvass said vote and certify tho
result as now provided by law, and
shall provide a separate box for Bald
JOINT RESOLUTION to Amend
Section 1, Article XII, of the Con
stitution, by Striking Out the
Word? "Blind, Deaf and Dumb"
?After tile Words "Insane" on Line
Two, and Beforo the Word '"Arid",
on Line Two.
Section 1. Constitutional Amend
ment with Referenco to "Blind, Deaf
and Dumb."-Bo it resolved by the
Qeneral Assembly of the State of
South Carolina, That tho following
amohdment tb Section 1, Articlo XII,
pf tho Constitution of the State ot
South Carolina be, and agreed to, by
a two-thirds vote bf the mcmbors
elected to. each House, and entered on
the Journal, ' respectively, with the
yeas and nays taken thereon, abd bo
submitted to tho qualified electors of
the State at tho next general election
thereafter for Representatives, to-wlt;
By striking out tho words, "blind, deaf
and dumb" on line two of Section 1,
Article XII, or tiie Constitution, BO
that said section .when so amended,
ia to be, and be known as. Section 1,
Article XII, and shall read as fol
Section 1. Institutions for the care
of tho ' insano and tho poor shall al
ways bo fostered and supported by
this State, and shall bo subject to
such regulations as tho General As
sembly may enact.
Sec. 2. Election.-That the electors
voting at such' general election in fa
vor of the proposed amendment shall
deposit a ballot with tho following
plainly written or printed thereon:
"Amendment to Section 3. Article-Xii,
of the Constitution, by striking out
the words 'blind, deaf and dumb' on
line two of said section, j For amend
ment Yes." Those voting against
said proposed amendment shall de
posit a ballot with ?he following
words plainly written or printed
thereon: "Amendment to Section 1,
Article XII, of the Constitution; by
striking: out tho words "blind, deaf
and dumb,' on line two of said section.
Por amendment; -No.f ' .
Soc. 3. The Maaagsrg cf R'K-tiQ*
shall canvass said vote and cortiry
the result as now provided hy law.
and shall provide a-separate box for
said ballot ?
No. 560. J
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an
Amendment to Article -X of the
Constitution by Adding Thereto
Section, 17, to Empower the Town
or Port Mill to Assess Abutting
Property for Permanent Improve
Section - 1. Constitutional Amend
ment Permitting Town bf Port Mil.
to Assess1 Abutting' .Property ' fps,
Street Improvement-Be it resolved
by tho Genera;! Assembly o? tho State
of South Carolina, That the* following
?mendment'tb' tba Const!tu-?on/'Arti
cle X, be known as Section 17 bf "?a?d
article and bo agreed to by two-thirds
of the members elected tb each House
and entered on tho Journdis, respec
tively, with tile yeas and naya taken
thereon, and bo submitted' to the
qualified electors of the Sude nt the
next general Beetloo thereafter for
Representatives' tc-vvlt: ' Add tbe foi*
lowing section tb Article- X ot- the
Constitution, to bo, and to bo known
aa Section 17.
Section 17. The. General Assembly
may ??th rise the corporate ?utb?rt
ties of tho Town or iron; Mill tolevy
ah assessment upon abutting prop
erty for tho purpose of paying for.
permanent Improvements ? Ob street*
and sidewalks,: or streets or sidewalks,
immediately abutting Buch property.
Provided. That salcT'|nf$reV?ni6bts
ordere^ only upon ibo writfon ebbsarU
of two-thirds Of tue owner* br prep?
sidewalk*,' and upon the ' cW&tM??
that they1 pay at least; :bn?-halt bf the
cost of Bueh improvements.' ' ?.;':. ?'.&
Bec 2, That the electors voting ht
sabbr general- elehtlonvifi.ftVerarcra
proposed amendment fe?all deposit a
ballot With1 the ^ll?^%?Wx^;^Vft^&
ly- Written 6r; printedthereof
"Amendment tbvArti?|?;}X>f the' Oof i
stlt??on. by aaat?fi'fi?l^^yefu?
poWtr?ng the Towfr otlW^lull^W
?o?a abbttlhg pro?erfy 'fb?'l^rm?bebi
?rrrpro vomeht-Yes." Add . these' -Tt?t
mg 'against the proposed amendment
shall 'deposit a ballot will* the ;f?l
l?WUig words plainly wWtl?bLor pHuk
eu tb?reobi '"Am?ttc^nebt tb ?TOcI? *
ot the Constitution, try addld\Y See
t?oii 17? empowering the ubW'wTti&jt
Mill to assess abutting property for
Mr^b?nt <: IttprbV?ment-^Ox^: '? (
; Sec. p}.$gi ' M^a^rs.: bf^Sts
shall' canvass.. ?a?u' V^^^?-MII?
tho" rvtult ss now' prodded, by 1?%,
and rbstt-provide a separate box for
Ne; &7?. '
A.JQW ftBS^t^?rIipVopbslng aa
Connitution by Adding-Tlierete
vi ?obUbb 1?,-!.tb-'?ito^-tWrCM?*
; . of ir^^wbn?^'^ v and
.Tot-^t KenhbttaV'lno. Th?meu*
Abbttfag Property for Parmaheut
Moa J,. ??aillUtlvuil . Ameu?
ment for Assessment of Abutting
Property for Street Improvement In
Anderson, Greenwood,' Bennettsville,
Timmonsville und Hones Path.-Be lt
resolved by the General Assembly of
the State of South Carolina. TUat
the following amendment to Article X
be agreed to by two-thirds of the
members elected to each House, and
entered on the Journal, respectively,
with yeas and nays taken thereon, and
to bo submitted to the qualified elec
tor:', of tho State at the next general
election, thereafter for Repr?senta
tives, to-wlt: Add the following sec
tion to Article X of tho Constitution,
to bc, and be known os, Section 10.
Section 16/ Tho General Assembly
may authorize tho Cities of Ander
son, Greenwood and Towns ot Bcn
nettsvllle, Timmonsville and Honea
Path to levy aii assessment upon
abutting property for tho purpose of
paying for permanent improvements
on streets and sidewalks immediately
abutting such property: Provided,
That said improvements be' ordered
only upon the written consent of a
majority of the owners of proporty
abutting upon the street, sidewalk or
part of oithor proposed to bo improv
ed, and upon condition that said cor
porate authorities shall pay at least
one-half ot tho coats of such im
:Sec. ..2. That thone electors at tho
eaid election voting in favor of thc
said amendment ?hall deposit a bal
lot with tho folowing words plainly
written or printed thereon: "Amend
ment to Artlclo X. of tho State Con
stitution, by adding Section 1G, em
powering tho CltioB of Anderson.
Greenwood and Towns of BcnnettB
vlllo. TUnmohBYllib aid Honea Path
tb assess abutting proporty for perma
nent improvements-Yep." And tho tee
voting against the Bald amendment
shall deposit a ballot with tho fol
lowing words plainly written' br print
ed theteon: "Amendment to Artlclo
Xv of thc State Constitution, by adding
Section IC, empowering tho .Cities of
Anderson, Greenwood and; Towna ot
Dennettsville, Tinunonsvlllo and Ho
nea Path to assess abutting property
fdr permanent ? Improvements-No."
Provided. That tho Act ot the Gen
eral Assembly putting in Coree thia
amendment sha!) not operativo In thc
City of Anderson and the town .bf He
nea Path until the-same be submit
ted to the qualified electora. of said
city and town for approval.
A JOINT RESOLUTION to Prop?BO
an Amendment to Article'X ot the
Constitution, by Adding Thereto
section IC, tb Empower' the Cities
ot Sumter and,' Darlington and
Towns of Belton and Walhalla to
AsseSB Abutting Property for Per
Section 1. Proposed Amendment
to Article X of Cons?lt?tron.-^Bo ,U
resolved by the General Assembly of
tho State of -Sohth Carolina; Tnat the
following amendment-to Artlclo X, bf
thd 'Stt?lft CnnStituifnn. tn tm knOW?i'ae
Section ie of said Article X, bo agreed
to by.t- o-thlrds of the members
J elected -.0 each Houso .abd anidad ea
tho Journals respectively, with yeas
and nayB takep thereon, and bo sub
mitted to the qualified electors of the
State at the' ncx? '? general' election
thereafter for Representatives-, to-wit:
Add tho following section to Article
X: Of . the Constitution, to be3 and bo
known, aa Section 16: /.-i.
Section ,16; Sumter, Darlington;
Belton and Walhalla, to Be Permitted
to Assess Abutting Property. for Peri?,
mancnt ' Improvement--Tho General
Assembly may authorise Hbo corpo
rate authorities of the cities of Sum
ter and Darlington and the towns or
Walhalla and Belton, to levy fcsseas
r.ient upon abutting property for the
("purpose of paying tor permanent Im
provements on streets and sidewalks
or streets or sidewalks Immediately
sbuttinfc said . property: Provid?|.
That eaid Improvements shall be or
dered only upon thc written consent
of one-half ot tho owners bf the prop
erty , abutting upon the street, side
walk, or part of either, propbsod tb bo
Improved, and upon ' condition' tAkt,
Bald assessment of abutting property
owners -shall not:exceed on?-bnlftttf
tho- cost Of such improvements. Er
cepVih the city: bf Sumter where the
corporate K autlrb'rUieB shall paVffit
least one-third -ot the coat bf auch;M?
provembntsi: abd r obuttlnr property
owners not;;?x<mUtt?s tw'orthlrds (2r3)
Section %? Ba?o^-^That thei #l?c'
ia favor ot ?W&t&8faw*iiHfW
shall deposit a ballot wjth the follow^
lng words pMt^^i^ttAmii?mH.
, thereon: ?'Amenmeht .t?JjMe?e^?
lot th?,Cpnstittttot?i hy?iM'|feU?i
1V DarnHt^an\?C t?o8 Swns^of
^lton'and gWalhall? to?aeae?s abyt
\^Arty ' <fofcr;p>rmabbnt VT
tbs consUt?t. _
empowering tho cltws of^Sullt?
Darlington and tho towns Of 1 .
tty for permanent- vimpr^Tomontfr
m?JX: v?-.:"\;>:\ y*--;r<
J/Bsciioh 8. Managers' of Electlon.
The mshagars ofT?lebiibh shall
aa now. provided by law, and - shall
pr?vido separate boxes for. said bal
wing Managers' bf Election
app^ht'ed td hold'the* ??ip
_ at the virions i>rec!ncts tn' the
j asia /County: _v /
Ir^imtBa?v^-tfx gnu '?TcuonneU, T.
WSH?cntta, N.-'C. Burriss.
1 ^on': Cotton M?Wam?s
W. C. Herr inj? Qordbn
iton-S. wf Harris, Dr. W., c.
?h?v??mn- Ai? WoHO?.. ?
Acker; Elite* C. Cox, . '
Brogan Milano U Cathay, O B.
'. B.w^.i1}-B.. :]F.;. Wtight, H.
Vvcim?i^vilIe^WWl, Clmkscales, W.
B> Cowan. ? iaaWeyViSrv ? ?? * *
Mahaffojr, W. T. Bruce.
Campbell's Store-P. B. Griffin, P.
B. Gentry, R. E. Campbell.
Cedar Wreath-Walker Flcmiug,
Alonzo Tripp, M. M. Maret.
Centervlllc-Fred Bolt, A. M. Hem
brec, E. B. C. Snipes.
Concreto-J. W. Cbiidcrs, Ervin El
lison, H. N. Jonosv
FiVB Forks-A; N. Richardson, W.
L. Casey, Cliarlle Martin.
Fiat Rock-W. H. Whitaker, George
W. Tucker, G. W. Tate.
Friendship-J. C. McMillan, W. S.
Fleming, C. W. Cothran.
" Gluck Mills-O. J. Meyers, II E.
McDonald, R. H. Spakcs. .
Grove School House-J. A. Clink
scaloa, W. A.1 Harrlsl J. H. Brock.
Hollands Store-J. M Jo?os, H. J.
Strickland, J. T. McGukin.
Hunter's Springs-T. H. Burriss,
VV. H. Glenn, J. W. Quattlebaum.
HOhca Path-P. W. Sullivan, G. E.
Moore, Reid Gumbrell.
.Hopewell Springs-S. M. Bolt, L.
P. Tucker, Khama MoPhaii.
Iva-J. S. H amby, H. F. Sutherland,
A. B. Galley.
Long Branch-W. L Greer, C. G.
Davis, Albert GambrilL
Milford's-J. J. Findley, C. H. Bai
ley, James L. Jackson.
Moffottevlllo-W. T. A. Sherard, C.
W. Simpson, W- W. Rice.
Mt. Tabor-Harmon Garrison, Prob
ert Williamson, Steele Barnett.
' Neal's Creok-H. P. McDaniel, J.
M. Elgin. L. B. Robbins.
Orr Mill-rW. H. Cothran, B C.
Young, J. B. Humbert.
. Polser-John Bray, Jones Washing
tod, J. M. Alexander.
Pelzer Wot 4-W. G. fcox, R. P.
Duncan, John Lewis Spearman.
Pcndioton--J. W. Simpson, Henry
Trbcott, J. C. Hall, Sr.
Piedmont Mllls-^?. B. Clardy, C. S.
Han, Walter Wood.
' Piorcetown-A. M. Guyton, R. A.
Mulligan,- W. F. O'w'on.
Sandy Springs-Thomas P. Hobson,
R.'W/Hammond, Sam Johnson.
Slabtown-W. M- Griffith, R. E.
Whitlock, E. F. Algood.
Starr-?. B. Herron, L L. Moore,
Three and. Twenty-W. T. Wat
son, P.* 'H. Tripp, J. C. Henderson.
Toney Creok-Jim Cos, J. E. Pnore,
J. C; Henderson.
Tovmvillo-J.'I. Barton, H. W. Hoi
copibj j. D. Babb.
ToxaWay-W' . H. " Godfrey, Leo.
Hughes, Esrnost Kay
Tugaloo-Academy-Jeff Cromer, W.
O. Maret, W.: B. Compton.
Wright? ?tore-Asa Hall, Jr., R. P.
Roberts, J. R. Pennell.
. Whitefield Church-John Rayson
Wyatt, L. W. Harris, J. W. Knight.
Wlillamston^j. p. Hogg, Wm. Guy
ton, ?. j, Plncknoy.. . -y
Winiamaton Mills-G. R. liing, C.
L. Koeb. S. B. Pruitt.
White Plaina-E. A. Durham, T.
W. Johnson, 8, J. Ashley.
WlHIfords Store-J. L. O Shaw. J.
BV Shirley, Adolphus Bolt
Walker-McElmoyle-r-N. S. Reeves
Ea^Jobnson,' W- C. Barnett
,^Tho; /?&&?jgcrb , at each precinct
named above' aro requested to d?lo
gata -but \j?l. their" number to st euro
boxes and blanks for the election from
Sam Davis at. Court: House. It will
require 15 box?s to each precinct
J. CASPER RAG SD ALE,
C. IE. T/OLLY,
W. A. H?DGENS,
I ComariiBBlqners of State and County
?rections for Anderson County, S. C.
October 1Mb? 1914.
Attending State Fahr.
Archie Todd, an automobile dealer
of Anderson, and D. Wabvon Bell, city
editor of the/ Anderson Intelligencer,
rebebed Columbia early yesterday,
having'como down by night in a mo
tor car; They aro af the Y. M C. A.
Mr. Todd is.a former Columbian.
Henry .Todd, a dispatcher here for'the
Southern railway, ls his biother.-The
W. L.. McClellan Dead.
. William L. McClellan, aged - 65, died
Thhrsday' morblilg :atr 8 O'clock at his
borne" !B mites wbst br the city near
Pr?sp?ct' chu?fbh^M^. McClellan has
boen aft invalid' for' several years.- His
death %a? 4bb*t? -drbp^ffy.
Ho -is; *hi*vtv?d by bis 'widow, who
was a Mi as Emma Clamp before her
marriage,: brie: sob', J ;W. McClellan,
and three daughters, Mts. Bell Year
gen abd Mrs. Eva McClellan, and Ono
adopted son. H. B. McClellan.
The funeral wjll be held today at
nbbn*t.*h? yarenbes chbrch, the'Rov.
W. B^HawkinftbffclAUng. ..
.If&ts$&wW&?pnnV ii Darkens so
'??ra^t?at^Viit? ?er. .bair beautl
wltha^brey of -Bai Tea abd Sulphur.
Wfebn?ter bairteli bob''Ur "took??bn
that dun; iaded* or streaked< appear
ance, this irimple mixture was applied
^th^w?bd?rfbl: effect' By asking" a*
any durg st?re for 'Wy?th's Sage and
f ? Ka ^
driiff. div. . ItcdrV arito ?nd f*!lU;^ ts?r.
A ,V?Il-tebwn downtown druggist
,saW^%vary1?oAt:.B*?a Wyeth's Sage and
Suipbw;fcebause it c^k?b?"sbtnatur
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