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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1904.
This State on the Nomination.
The Columbia correspondent of the
News and Courier states that he has
visited "the eastern as well as the
western part of the state, and talked
with many persons about the choice of
a presidential candidate by the demo
cratic party. There is unquestionably
a very strong sentiment in South Car
olina in favor of the nomination of
Grover Cleveland as the democratic
candidate." This is somewhat sur
prising. There is no doubt that the
people of South Carolina have very
high regard for Mr. Cleveland, be
cause they know that he is a big
brainy man. But it would be a sui
cidal policy to nominate any man who
has already -served two terms.. -Per
haps the correspondent of the* News
and Courier has mistaken a high re
gard for Mr. Cleveland for a senti
ment in favor of his...nomination.
From what we bave been able to
learn the sentiment of South Carolina
is very largely in favor of the
nomination of Judge Parker, of New!
York, and we believe. that he is. the
strongest man in the race so far .and
if nominated would stand a better
chance of. winning.- As the Co
lumbia correspondent of the News
and. Courier states, "the democratic
party in South Carolina will vote for
the nominee of the party, regardless
of whom it may be." But it is never
theless the duty of the democratic
party in South Carolina to seek to
secure the nomination of the best
man and the strongest man. That
man this year is Parker, of New York.!
It is a very short time now until
the meeting of the democratic clubs
and then will come the county con
ventions and the state convention.
'Most of the state officers. it seems,
will succeed themselves and there will
be very little interest in the state
campaign. There will be a number
of candidates for county offices in
this county, but the present outlook
is for a very pleasant campaign.
We had hoped to learn before this
that twelve schiools in Newberry
county had raised the necessarS'
amount by private subscription to se
cure the benefits of the act by the re
cent legislature to encourage the es
tablishment of school libraries in the
rural districts. The schools should
become more interested in this mat-l
ter and take the necessary steps at
as early as possible. -We no
tice that five schools have already
compied with the provisions of the act
and it is reported 'that other schols
have a portion~ of the necessary
amount raised or are begining to take
up the matter. This is a very impor
tant matter to the schools. In many
counties of the state twelve schools
have already complied with the pro
visions of the act and applied for its
benefits. Newberry should not lag be
hind in a matter of this kind. lIn the
education oi the child nothing can
take the place of a suitable course of
To the Press Association.
The editor of The Herald and
News has been in Pittsburg, Pa.. the
past week in attendance upon the
Third General Conference of Luther
ans and for this reason has not re
plied earlier to letters from members
of the State Press association in re
gard to the proposed trip to St. Louis.
This by way of explanation. Others
who desire to go will notify me at
E H. Aunit President.
THE CLUB MEETINGS.
Saluda Democratic club will meet
at Saluda Academy on Saturday.
April 23d. at 3 p. m. to reorganize and.
to elect delegates to the county con
Nen:u1ion. A. W. Monts. Prest.
J. P. Harmon. Sec'y.
In obedience to an order of the
chairman of the democratic party of
Newberry county. Reederville Dem
ocratic club is hereby requested to
meet at Smith Bros.' store. Indepen
dence. S. C., Saturday. April 2, at
3 o'clock p.m.. to reorganize and
elect delegates to the county demo
cratic convention, which meets in
Newberry on Monday, May the 2nd.
I. M. Smith, Prest.
W. L. Golding, Sec'y.
The Old Men's Democratic club, of
No. 6 Township, will m. !t at Long
shore. S. C., April 23, 1904. at 3 p.
m., to organize and elect delegates
to the county convention.
H. D. Boozer, Prest.
The Factory Democratic club- will
meet on Monday night, the i8th inst.,
at 8 o'clock in the graded school
T. S. Hudson, Pret.
J. .A Senn, Sec.
The Mollohon Democratic club will
meet on*Tuesday nijbt, the 19th, inst.,
at 8 -o'clock, in Wilson & Co.'s store
A. L. Knight, Prest.
Oscar Wilson, Sec.
The Warehouse Democratic club,
of No. 9, will meet on Saturday, April
23, at 3 p. M.
J. B. Fellers Prest.
B. B. Hair, Sec.
The Kinards Democratic club, at
Kinards, will meet on Friday, April
22, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon.
0. B. Evans, Prest.
J. A. Dominick, Sec.
rhe St. Lukes' Democratic club
will meet at St. Lukes' school house
on Saturday, April 23, at 3 p. m.
D. P. Hawkins, Prest.
XV. F. Benedbaugh, Sec.
IT MUST BE TRUE.
Newberry Readers must Come to that
It is not the telling of a bingle cLse
in Newberry but scores of citizens tes
tify. Endorsement by people you know
bears the stamp of truth. The follow
ing is one of the publicstatements made
in this locality about Do-An's Kidney
M. M. Graham salesman in furniture
store on Main st says: "My back hurt
me for a long time especially at night
when I have lain awake many a time
suffering witti it. There was a nasty
dull aching pain across my loins and
no position I assumed would ease it and
ithurtso to turn over that I had to
take both hands and just pull myself
over. The secre-iora from r be kidneys
were car.< and full of sediment besides
being so frequ' nt io action th:.t my
night's rest was broken as many as sv
eral times. I used different kidney re
edies but nothing touched the right
spot until I g t a box of D.'an's Kidney
Pills at W. E Pelham's & San's drug
s-ore. I was surprised at the result ob
tained. The sediment disappeared
from the secretions and they resurged
their natural apperaance and action so
that I could sleep all night and arise in
the morning rested and refreshe~d. I
have not had backache since."
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Remember the name Doans and take
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I llREREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELI:
as a candidate for the ofnce -
State Senator. Subject to the rules
of the Democratic party.
COLE. L. BLEASE.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
as a candidate for re-election as a
mer'ber of the House of Represen-!
tatives from Newberry County.
Subject to the rules of the Demo
ELBERT H. AULL.
BEING CONSCIOUS OF THE
fact that I have discharged the du
ties of the Sheriff's office, to the
test of my ability, and believing
hat I have the endorsement of the
najority of the people of Newber
ry County, to this end, I would
again announce myself a candidate
for re-election. Subject to the de
cision of iheI Democratic Primary.
M. M. BUFORD.
CLXRK OF COURT.
I -HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY
. self a candidate for re-election to
the office of Clerk of Court. Sub
ject to the Democratic Primary.
JOHN C. GOGGANS.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
a candidate for re-election to the
office of Coroner and pledge myself
to abide the result of the Democrat
F. MARION LINDSAY,
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
as a candidate for re-election to
the office of Master. Subject to
rules df the Democratic party.
H. H. RIKA1.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
a candidate for County Supervisor.
Subject to therules of the Demo
J. Y. FLOYD.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCt MYSELF
a candidate for re-election as Coun
ty Treasurer and pledge myself to
abide the rules of the Democratic
JNO. L. EPPS.
It. CHAPPELL- IS HEREBY~
anno unced a candidate for re-eec
ton as magistrate for Townships
Nos. 1. .2. and 8. and is pledged to
abide the result .f the Democratic
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
a candidate for re-election to the of
nce of Magistrate for No. 11 town
ship and pledge myself to abide the
rules of the Democratic Primary.
W. F. SUBER.
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