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WATCH The 10
The $250 Piano
Price Drops $ 1 O ^
per Day J TO TH
FOLLOW THE CRO
The crowd has been here morn
startle and Bargains that astonish
cents. It will do it at West's lO D
criticise and compare prices and t
Solid brass, satin finished, regular price
$38.00, special price
I DINING CHAIRS I
Solid Oak, rattan seat, special at
I 48 Cents Each !
\ Feather Pillows.
[ Soft and comfortable pillows at 98 cents.
[ Large size Cotton Pillows at 44 cents.
You'll find son
1 O DA.Y Just follow the
CASH m m
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ISSUED MANDAMUS Pharmacy a reputable college?
AGAINST BO/VRD. The board contend* >d hat in refus
ing to issue a license to the petitionei
? Case of Dr. Mauldin Decidcd by Su- they were acting in a judicial and no
Prcmo Court. in a ministerial manner and thai in s<
* doing they could not be eonipelled lv
The State. mandamus.
3 In the ease of the Stale ex rel John The board bases its refusal to issu
Mell. Mauldin. petitioner, against 0. the license on the ground that th
A. Mat thews et al., respondents, the petitioner failed to produce proof o
; supreme court has granted the writ of having served not less than four year
^ mandamus prayed for, and Mr. Maul- with a druggist or apothecary and al
? din will have the right to secure a li- so that the Maryland College o
cense Irom the pharmaceutical board Pharmacy is not, in their opinion
of Soulh Carolina. The case was re- reputable college.
Ieentlv argued before the court and The decison of the court is eontrar
the decision is written by Associate to the position taken by the boar
Justice Woods. au?l Mauldin is now entitled to his 1
The case involves the powers of the cense on the payment of the fee <
board ol' pharmacy, it being claimed ! + *>
that Mr. Mauldin, from Urecnville, at I
the. proper time and place, applied to THANKSGIVING PROCLAMAthe
board for a license and gave them j TION.
satisfactory proof of his being a reg-j
ular graduate of the Maryland Col- The President Designates Thursda
lege of Pharmacyi and although not! Nov. 26, as Day?Would Have
required to do so i>y law, he offered j the People Look More to the
to submit to the examination to Life of the Spirit.
which other applicants, not graduates
in pharmacy, were subjected. Washington. October Jl. T
The board refused to examine him president today issued the annu
\ and also refused to grant him the do- Thanksgiving proclamation, in w!ii
* sired license. ho pointed out the steady growth
Mauldin, who was represented by the nation in strength, worldly po
Messrs. W. C. lionet and Oscar lv. j or, wealth and population, and tli
Mauldin of Greenville, applied to our average of individual comfort a
Chief Justice Pope for mandamus ! well-being is higher than that of a
and the case came on to bo hoard be- other country in the world. 1* or tli
) fore the supreme court on the order lie declares, Americans owe it to I
-of the chief justice to the board to I Almighty to show equal progress
show cause why' the petition should j moral and spiritual things.
not be granted. Mauldin claimed. The proclamation follows:
I that ho had fully complied with all ; Mv the President of the I ni
I the requirements of the statute, which Stales of America?Proelamati?
' reads: "No examination shall bo re-j "Once again the season is at h<*
quired in case the applicant is a re-' when, according to the .undent <
|;v gular gradual' '? pharmacy from any I torn of our people, it becomes the
reputable college; but such applicant j tv of the president to appoint a i
shall bo entitled to a license upon 1 of prayer and of thanksgiving to
' furnishing evidence of his graduation j "Year by year this nation grow:
satisfactory to the said board and up- strength and wordly power. I)ui
on payment of a toe of jllie century and a quarter that
: Mauldin also went further and of-I elapsed since our entry info the
|- fcred to stand the examination. ! cle of independent peoples we 1
The throe main issues, as contend- j arrown and prospered in niali
V od for by the petitioner, were: j things to a degree never known
j" 1. Is tiio discretionary power of the 1 fore, and not known in any o
I board reviewable and controllable by j country. The thirteen colonies w
|tf |]1(. ,.,mrl stragalcd along the se.iconst of
I 1>. U by-law N'o. of the Pliarma-! Atlainic and were hemmed in b
V,. ceutical association of South Carolina | few miles west of tidewater by
repiianant to the statute section 1120? j 1 iidian-hannted wilderness have
b 3, Is (he Maryland College of j transformed into the mightiest
Day Cash Cat
5WINGS MERRILY ALONG:
WD AND LET YOUR PO(
ing, noon and night, and still the
1. Now is the time when folks wa
>ay Cash Carnival and then some,
:hen do your buying.
Mahogony Parlor Suit
5 piece, upholstered in first quality velour,
$46.00 value, special during Cash Carnival
Swinging Hall Lamps, brass finished, $3,50
value, special price $2.1 8
Beautifully decorated Parlor Lamps, Nickel
Plated Lamps, anything you can call for in
lething of interest to you and you
3 joyous throng to
public wliir'h the world lias ever scon. "Done at the city of Washington,
- Its domains stretch across the 0011 tin- j this .'51st day of October, in the year
out from one to the other of the two; of onr Lord 1008, and of the IndcI
.urealest oceans, and it exercises do- pondenee of the I'nited States tlie
> minion alike in the arctic and tropic one hundred and thirty-third.
realms. The growth in wealth and; ''Theodore Roosevelt,
population has surpassed even the | "My the President:
c> growth in territory. Nowhere else in "Alvoy A. Adee,
i! the world is the average of individu-, " Acting Secretary of State."
f al comfort and material well-being as j
s high as in our fortunate land. NEW YORK HERALD
''For the very reason that in ma-1 GIVES TAFT 301
terial well-being we have thus
a abounded we owe it to the. Almighty Bryan Credited With 177?New Yorl
to show equal progress in moral audi Newspaper Issues its Final Elcc.v
spiritual things. With a nation, as'? tion Prediction and Gives
'I with the individuals who make up i ( Taft the Victory.
' nation, material well-being is an indispensable
foundation. But the New \ ork. October dl. Reason
foundation avails nothing by itself. I "blv sure Republican California U
That life is wasted, and worse than ' olorado ( onnecticut 7, Dolawar
wasted, which is spent in piling, heap'/^ Idaho d. Illinois 2i, Indiana I;
upon heap, those things which minis- j b>wa Id. Kansas 10, Maine (?, Mass;
ter merely to the pleasure of tho | chuset ts III, Michigan 14, Minnosot
yt body and to the power that rests on-j Montana .5, New Hampshire
ly on wealth. Upon material well- j New Jersey 12, New ^ ork dO, Nort
being as a foundation must bo raised ! Dakota I, Ohio 2d, Oregon !, Peru
the structure of the loft ly life of j svlvania :W. Rhode Island -1, Soul
the spirit if this nation is properly to Dakota 'L I tab d, Vermont 1, Wasl
he fulfil its great mission and to nc- hnJJt?n ;)- West Virginia 7, \\ iscons
rtl complish all that we so ardently hope j Wyoming d. Total, d0(>.
f'h and desire. The tilings of llie body j Reasonbly sure Democratic?-AI
of arc good; the things of the intellect I bama 11. Arkansas 0, Florida o, (Jeo
w- better; but best of all are the things i trie Id, Kentucky Id, Louisiana
i??t <>f the soul; for, in the nation, as in ! Maryland 8, Mississippi 10, Missou
nd the individual, in the long run it is! 18, Nebraska 8, Nevada d, Nor
".V character that counts. Let us, there- i Carolina 12, Oklahoma 7, Soulli Cji
n-S fore, as a people set our faces resolu-! olina 0, Tennessee 12, Texas 18, V
he (ely against evil, and with broad char-i ginia 12. Total, 177.
i" ity, with kindliness and good will to- This is the final forecast by t
ward all men, but with unflinching j New York Herald of the election
determination to smile down wrong, .1008. There have been few clianj
led strive with all the strength thai is j in the outlook since the publieati
r>n: given us for righteousness in public of the forecast of last Sunday, wli
md | and in private life. the I forabl's electoral table gave Ti
us- "Now, therefore, f, Theodore 280 voles; I'ryan !.">(>; doublful, w
du- Roosevelt, president of the I'nited j Republican leanings, 2(5; doubtl
flav States, do set apart Thursday, the with Democratic leanings, 21.
hid. 'JtJili flav of November, as a day of Rasing the forecast of today s
* in general thanksgiving and prayer, an 1 on surface indications and on repn
ing on that day I recommend thai the made by disnlereslcd correspondc
has people shall cease from their daily in various doubt l'ul Slates, the Her
eir- work and, in their homes or in their j gives Mr. Taft d0(> electoral voles i
lave churches, meet devoutly to thank (lie Mr. liryan 177. The States clian;
rial Ahnighly for the many and great from the table of last Sunday arc
be- blessings I hey have received in the ! No Stale that Mr. Taft seemed 1
tlior past, and to pray that they may be to have with reasonable surety
hich given strength so to order their lives been lost to him during the la>t w
the as |o deserve a eonl inua I ion of ihese >f the campaign. No Slate tii;it
ill a j blessings in the future. I'ryan wa? credited wiili last w
the ''In witness whereof I have here- has gone from his column. The I
been unto set my hand and caused the seal Slates of Colorado, Indiana, M
Re-1 of the I 'nited States <to be afllxcd. i tana and Wyoming, which were
'nival watch 1
The $250 Piano 1
? Price Drops $10 fj
3KETBOOK SMILE |
jy come, tempted by prices that |j
nt a dollar to do the work of lOO
. Come to the Bargain Carnival,
a a ?i *
la a aa a a a a a a
Cedar Wash Tubs at 58 cents. Galvanized
Tubs, Washboards, Sad Irons. If you need
anything for Kitchen or Laundry, come to
Wood and Coal Heaters
Large assortment, special prices, 94 cents
to $ 1 5.00.
Ecru and white, $ 1 .OO values at . 65 cts.
Hansome$3.50 curtains at . , . $2.48
r whole family. .
a a a a a a
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week classed as doubtful, with He- ori/ed ;i ml rt>? pi i upon t In* pa ymont
pul>1 i?-;in Icndoncies, arc now credited ol ;i 1???? ol to issue to :i11V such
to Mr. T;i ft by I ho correspondents nonresident, a license to hunt in each
: of t hi* llorahl. Tho two States of county which shall he for one yoar.
Nebraska and Kentucky, which were All license and fines collected under
classed as doubtful, with Democratic this act -hall be turned over to tho
inclinations, are now given to Mr. warden ol the county lor the euloreoMrvan.
iiienl of tho name laws.'"
Thus dnrinii the week the net up
parent gain of the Republican eandi-j NO REASON FOR DOUBT.
date has been twenty-six electoral ?
3 votes, while the not apparent gain nl' i A Statement ol Facts Backed by a
the Democratic candidate has been i Strong Guarantee
|< twenly-one. t We guarantee immediate relict ami
All observers agree that Mr. Ilryan a pos:iiv* ui.'e to all snlVerers fr mi
did iioj add t < i his electoral st rengt h j const ipat ion. In every case where
by his last journey to the Mast. He; we fail to effect a cure, we will suputterly
failed to shake the electoral ! ply I he medicine free. That's a frank
i_ vote of New York from its Rcpuhli- I statement of facts, ami we want you
can moorings, ami, indeed, during his to substantiate them at our risk.
v presence in the Km pi re State the be- Rcxall Orderlies are a penile, efliel
was i n lonsi I ie?| that, there is a ( fcctivc, dependable and safe bowel
working airreeinont between a large I reguh-tor. st rengt hi ner and tonic.
a number ol Democrats and Rcpuhli- i Thc\ re-establish nature's functions
j( cans to throw the State to I alt ami in :i i|uict, easy way. They do not
h ' hauler. It yet remains to be seen, ; eau^c any incouvonience, griping or
however, whether the peculiar an- ' nausea. They an* so pleasant to lake
|, muineeinent hy John I). Rockefeller Und work so easily that they may
|,. that he would support Tall can be |?. ,;||<(.? |,y anyone al any time. They
in turned by the Democrats into an ar- thoroughly tone up the whole system
Turnout which may swing; some close |n healthy activity. Thev have a
Stales back to Itryan. j most beneficial action upon the liver.
r- I he Democratic campaigners are Rcxall Orderlies are unsurpassable
0, making use of the incident with all ;,ml ideal for Ihe use of children, old
?.j the avidity with which a last card is folks and delicate persons. We oan(|,
seized upon in the closing hours of j not too highlv recommend them to all
ir. the campaign. So far as the New sufferers from any form of constipajr_
York governorship is concerned Mr. (ion and its attendant evils. That's
Hughes has a small lead. The tide j why we back our faith in them with
he seems to continue to run in his Javor, jour promise of money back if thev do
of but the contest is so close that at the'not give entire satisfaction, Gilder
j(.s last moment something might develop & Weeks, Nowhorrv, S. C.
on which would change the conditions.! _
en TO DRAW JURY.
ift NON-RESIDENTS MTJST j Notice is hereby given that Ihe unit
h PAY HUNTING LICENSE dersigned, Jury Commissioners for
'nl, i Newberry connly, S. C., will at nine
The fact is not generally known i o'clock A. M? November 7th, 1008,
till that non-residents ar I pi-emitted iM the ollice of the Clerk of Court,
ftt" hunt gaaie in South ( aroliua with- I openly and publicly draw Ihe names
nis n|,t the payment ol a license. I lie of thirty six men who shall serve at
aid :l(1' "I the legislature says: Ihe Courl of General Sessions as Petit,
mil * * 11 shall be uulawtul lor any mm- I Jurors for one week beginning Noired
resident ol this Stale ,except on his vember li'i. 1008, this being the second
six, own laud, or on the land under his week of the Courl of General Sosheu
control or except when accompanied sions which will convene at Newberhas
by resident freeholder by special in- ry, S. C, on November If!. 1008.
eek vitalion for a special occasion, to Jno. L. Kpps.
Mr. ' iicli. kill, injure or purine with >iu-!i Win. W. Cromer,
,<ek ilcnl any wild inrkeys. partrid'_re or .Iin>. Gog<>ans,
'our M"1'1' :|I1.V eouuty of thi; Stale, Jury Commsisioners for Newberry
Ion- without a license and Ihe clerk of Counly, S. C.
last court for such county is hereby auth- ] Newberry, S. C., October 20, 1008.