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- LOCAL XARBKET.
COTTON MARKET Corrected Twice a Week.
Corrected by at Gg
Good middling.... BuEr............25
Strict middling. . . . - Hams, (co).....10 to 20
Middling....... Cor ...... . .5
By Robt. McC. Holrn. j A Cor.......... to 6.5
Good Middling .. .15 1-4 AMeal...............95
Strict Middling. . .13,1-8 Sugar.........5% to6%
Midding.. . .15Bacon.. .. ..13%A to 15%
Cotton seed 30 cents.
VOLUXE XLVI. NUMBER 70. NEWBERY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, SEPTE31BER 2, 1910. T CE A WK M A i
MR. BLEASE TO HOXE PEC
Th.nks The People of Nwer
ty for Their Loyal Supporl
.His Race for GOTernor.
'To the People, of Newberry Cou:
IL During the campain for g
t'he stateMnEh W ri Vpdafdl
in some newspapers, and by
persons, that I would not cai
home town or county. Of coui
purpose was to injure my cai
in other sections of the State.
busily engaged in attending th
-paIgn mee'tings, I could spend
'Ele time in Newberry, and I
Qspecial efforts made in my be
peoleofmyhom wul g
Teut. BLAS t hve oEsc
-gien s Reni forit overr
-myhnn com ec paiorsr.g
Ih' cannot ell you,tgea
inbothmein nsalers andepres
persons,stat eidec wouno hav
ome own cordeceny me asoa
purpe wasrto inre o a
cariy egaedrin atndotin the
Myig meters an ouhlvd pen
among you in Newberry Inda
an eespeneft mad line. Whe
mye couny. Butill thelaidmwa kr
mery liear among yt peoleose
?hed fuurlb the onors I fae v
dua e the gotes ee one
wheogae of my start woud ha
'D3The voeia tof Sth stament,
apprto.ved your ave edonesm
mnte townlacnd mein the cot
Thea srnoth tel youatge arad
andothbein nablrme of rsus
have..rcoiecue inme as aei
Iatshand awin. In my hert wit
Stause anoftad Newbery thanl
Iy knowther and moe liera
thaunt spen myos lie. Whet
berrising, along wih those
tive Anplitl tettenrs, have 3
20norsi ham grciven that,r
of la,wth'ie gdmeasue of se
gladho ave he mysrtuness
hav e trie loyall. ms od
conceived to'be bst fnorsm
menb lain mae ben fthu sct
The streentrustae alreayca
andies etew n proerty ofs
'lesteof edwhatuhse meho beli
mall win. iff choe iefl
taue of Soth aoina,beshalco
surprsing asr o.e who hakb
... ... ..........
LE. L . BLEASE..-......A'.....'i. to
PLE. Icounty occupies that high office. 0
In all the years of South Carolina's ti
r Coun- history our county has not furnished
SIn a governor. I feel that this is her op
,- portunity to do-so. I am going to do
& my part in a high and honorable man- A
aty: ner to have old Newberry placed
o amorg the counties who are mothers
. .e of governors. I hope, as I believe,B
that I shall have your help to that end.B
|The lionor will be yours' as 'well as
-ry my1 . '.. B
-se, the jmine. "w .g- -.
~dc'With a heart overflowing withC
B in thanks for youir loyalty of the past, C
and with the faith ifl me that it will
a-be continued now, I ami,
bu i- Yours most respectfuly,
nCole. L. Blease.
half in _____ __ C<
aowing A Tribute to Mrs. L. B. Haynes. D
udging Few deaths in our State have caus- D
sred e such universal sorrow and feelings D
bed the of personal loss as that of Mrs. L. B. E
re em- 1Haynes, of Leesville. On Saturday Fi
refer- morning, the call came and she went F]
1! Both to .Ioin the loved ones on the other side. Gi
I was Mrs. Janie Herbert Haynes, was the G
all of wife of the distinguished educator and G
president for 20 years of Leesville col- H
sd pen lege. She was widely known not only H
it, the for her own inestimable qualities, but K
today because of her large circle of relatives L
given in the State. Her father, Rev. T. G. L~
candi- herbert, for many years pastor and L
would presiding elder in- the South Carolina L
on the conference, and her mother, Mrs. Hat- M
o have tie Bryce Herbert, gave to the Method- M
State. ist church three of its most success- C
id died j ful ministers, Rev. W. I. Herb ert, pre- 0(
borr siigeldcer of the Charleston district, 0.1
Ildie, ev. T. G. Herbert, Jr., and Rev.sC. C. C0
New- Herbert. Her only surviving sister, Rj
I have Miss Mary Bryce Herbert, has been SE
-on, all for years State superintendent of the 5]
gover- young woman's~ branch of the South Si
s-ill be ,Carolina Woman's Christian Temper-U
wberry Ianice union.
a stood IFrom her parents Mrs. Haynes in
-hrie those rare gifts of heart and
a. have mind which, through her own beauti
mnts of fuil cultivation, so endeared her to the ..
Ld race people. The great Dr. Carlisle, her
vote. uncle by marriage, stamped the loftyh
shown, ideals, whi>h marked his career on the a
iport I heart of his niece in her early girl-a
ye that hood. To those ideals, Mrs. Haynes
be be- .was always true. She lived above the p1
ity has world and its opinions and held com "
munion with those radiant spirits who hi
ons in are untouched by the darkness around et
is not Ithem. Those who knew her most in.. h(
en ac- timately never saw her face clouded p~
-ho for by doubt or distrust, but saw it un-- W
fession changeably shining with that steady f
uccess, glow-that "light that never was on se
~ople. T land or sea." a]
t I am The women of South Carolina feei W
that I peculiarly this separation from their e(
what I friend, their adviser, their leader, Mrs. ri
people, Haynes, until ill health forced her to
)those yield the active work, was president s
e their fof the State Woman's Christian Tem- e
tegard.. perance Union, and was then elected fc
>se mejhonorary president for life. It wasd
execu- she who gathered the scattered forces ~
etheir for woman's great work of temper- e~
a them anee in Sout Carolina and through 'I'
4 4.' 1r
LEAE IS LEADING
I'l GOVERN'OR'S RA
A. S.1ITH NOMINATED I
cLeod Ran Third in Race for (
ernor--Cansler Leads for Rail.
Cole. L. Blease, of Newberry,
C. Featherstone, of Laurens,
ake th- second race for gover:
According to returns received
e Columbia State, Blease leads i
,986, while Featherstone is see
ith 26,142. The State estimates i
.ese returns include 95 per cent
.e total vote. The other gubei
rial candidates have the follov
)tes: McLeod, 22,164; Richards,
7; Hyatt, 7,177, and Duncan, 1,08
Charles A. Smith is nominated
e lieutenant governorship, his p:
it lead over E. Walker Duvall,
ily opponent, being more than 11
>tes. The latest returns give Sr
,513 and Duvall 39,119.
There will have to be a second
st for the office of adjutant and
iector general between W. W. Mo
Barnwell, and J. M. Richardsoi
[ken. Mr. Moore has a good ]
,er his opponent, and his el ior
,e second ballot is regard i
bbeville (full).. .. .. .. .. ..
iken (31 out ef 33) .. ......1
nderson (20 out of 52).. ....1
imberg (12 out of 9).
3.rnwell (18 out of 26) .... ..
autfort (7 out of 14)......
rkeley (7 out of 21)..
ilhoun (10 out of 12)......
iarleston (full).. .. .. .. ....
lerokee (26 out of 29).. .. ..
iesterfield (5 out of 23).. .. ..
arendon (18 out of 23)......
lleton (25 out of 31).......
irigton .(full).. .... ....
Ilon (14 Otit of 15).. .... ..
>rchester (15 Otit of 11).. ....
igefield (full)., .. ..
Lirfield (21 out of 22) . .
orence (18 out of 21). ..
yorgetown (9 out of 17) .. ,,
-eenville (29 out of 47).. .-. ., 1
eenwood (full).. .... ....
I.mpton (11 out of 23).. .. ..
rry (28 out of 34).. .. ......1
arshaw (23 out of 34).. .. ..
tncaster (22 out of 25).. .. ..
Lurens (ful!).. .... ........1
e (18 out of 19).. .... ....
~xington (29 out of 30).. .. ...1
arion (full).. .. ....... .. ..
arlboro (11 out of 12).. .. ..
~wherry (full).. .. .... ......1
~onee (29 out of 36) .. ....
~angeburg (39 out of 42)...
ckens (25 out of 27).. .. ...1
chland (21 out of 26).. .....
Lluda (29 out of 30).. .... ..
>artanburg (69 out of 81) .. .. 2
imter (20 out of 24).. .. ....
aion (full).. .. .... ......1
illiamsburg (24 out of 29).. .
>rk (full).. .. ...... .... ...1
Totals.. ...... .... ....28
arted sympathy organized them:i
power now felt in church and sci
From all over the State come
-essions from the college .gir:
ter girls"-paying their tribute
~r as sister, mother, friend. C
ernity will reveal the ideal moti
>od which she exemplified. Alvw
ttent, always full of sympathy,
ays strong to heal another's p
rgetful of her own, always quicd
e a situation and bring peace
1-these are some of the soul g
ith which Mrs. Haynes was end
L. Her five children receive
chest legacy a mother can bequea
From childhood, Mrs. Haynesi
.ssed strong faith in that divine p
that upholds, strengthens, c
rts. Hers was a heart made riclt
velling with the Infinite, and
emory treasured many gemsi
.me musically from her lips in
Iightful conversation. One frequm
ke Second Racei
probable. The vote for the candidates
received up to this time are: Moore,
42,606; Richardson, 27,727, and Newn
G. McDuffie Hampton and James
Cansler will be in the second race for
railroad commissioner, the latter hav
ing received the greater number of
votes in the first race. The vote for
the candidates was: Cansler, 34,106;
Hampton, 20,044; Scarborough, 19,093;
Mahon, 15,593. It is hardly probable
and that the votes yet to be heard from
and will change these results.
wil Attorney General Lyon received a
by vote of 62,884, about three to one for
ith his opponent, Evans, whose total is
:hat In the rngressional race the in
. of cumbents will be reelected certainly
na- except in two districts where a sec-.
.irig ond race will be necessary. In the
8,- Second district James Byrnes is push
4. Ing Congressman Patterson closely
for enough to make the next contest in
res- teresting. P. A. Hodges in the Sixth
his district is opposing J. E. Ellerbe,
,000 and it will require a second primary to
aith determine which one of these the peo
ple want to represent them in the
on- lower branch of the national congress.
in- A. W. Jones, comptroller general;
re, R. H. Jennings, treasurer; John E.
, of Swearingen, superintendent of educa
ead tion, and R. M. McCown, secretary of
on state, were all renominated ,without
lery opposition. .
Feather- *"' Rich
ase. Duncan stone Hyatt McLeod ards
743 25 747 163 377 112
,700 27 807 94 618 142
,179 3 1,207 6 379 178
Ltw 304 41 326 96
531 21 320 80 472 38
76 9 % 40 20 229 11
107 3 105 - 8 151 17
203 1 143 13 161 17
663 9 251 24 2,152 25 1
965 58 658 143 265 594 1
510 8 486 97 671 103
200 14 276 23 319 209
314 10 313 42 650 8 C
703 26 632 157 363 156
494 8 819 55 1,077 7 1
145 23 424 157 748 439
173 4 130 113 127 35
331 18 549 41 263 537 C
420 28 336 44 229 209
143 5 298 42 1,171 65 r
16 .... 46 11 722 3
,020 15 1,217 106 489 504
678 7 822 37 208 111 C
231 6 240 ~121 230 28 r
,134 14 456 203 404 154 t
54[ 13 207 21 278 858
361 26 991 94 242 610
,504 8 1,379 27 139 45 e
212 3 195 15 985 64 t
,217 70 849 187 438 239 c
344 13 696 149 336 157
406 4 641 170 502 242 F
,329 31 845 56 157 64 b
571 5 589 292 313 517
911 .12 1,048 287 846 113 s
,206 37 710 304 160 375 3
934 350 483 258 741 84 f
919 12 335 136 113 257 s
,691 60 2,848 2,707 1,025 42 a
202 1 351 18 1,021 51
,146 43 795 144 472 193
227 12 389 200 832 144
,172 26 1,105 112 763 264 C
,986 1,084 26,142 7,177 22,164 8,167 t
"I know not where the fronded palms d
ex- Shall lift their heads in air;
s- I only know I can not stray b
to Beyond His love and care."'
er- From hearts filled--not with senti
ays mental emotion-but with sincerest e
al- truth, chastened by deepest sorrow, k
am, zest triumphantly rejoicing over the d
:to gift of such a priceless friendship, 'I
to many are saying of Mrs. Haynes:
is "None knew her but to love her
the None named her but to praise."
the. And forever the life of this great
)0woman will continue to bear richest
fruit for enjoyment here and in heav- tl
o-en .-Leesville News, Aug. 31- c
her Cheer up! Your acquaintances will tl
:hat say nice things about you after you
C. C. FEAT I
LECTION IN COUNTY
PASSED OFF QUIETLY
EAVY RAINS CUT DOWN VOTE
he Results in the Various Raeces In
Newberry County In First Pri.
mary on Tuesday.
The first Democratic Jrmary on
uesday pagged off very quietly. The
eavy down-pour of rain during the
aorning cut off probably several hun
[red votsg. The total vote of the
ounty fell below 2,500, while it had
een confidently expected that at
ast 2,700 votes would be polled.
The. table showing the full vote of 1
e county in detail, as officially de-%
ared by the exectuive committee at
s meeting yesterday morning, ap
ars in The Herald and News today.
Messrs. Arthur Kibler and George
Mower are nominated for the house1
frepresentatives, and for the third
ace there will be a second race be
reen Messrs. C. T. Wyche afid H. H..
Mr. Frank M. Schumpert is re-elect-'
d probate judge, Mr. Jno. L. Epps
easurer, and Mr. Eugene S. Werts
For governor, it will be seen, Mr.
lease carried this, his home county.
y a handsome vote.
There was considerable interest in.
veral of the magistrates' races. In
os. 1 and 8 Mr. J. H. Chappell is de
ated by Mr. .J. C. Sample. The re
tlts in the other magistrates' races
e given elsewhere.
City Mission Work.
The Men's Bible classes of Central,
Neall and the Mollohon Methodist
urches have joined in arranging for
e employment of a city mission
orker for Newberry. They have se- I
tred the services of Miss Eliza Mc
llough, of Edgefield. Miss McCol
ugh reached Newberry on Wednes
y and has entered upon her work. 2
e has rooms with Mrs. J. W. Hum
rt in Main street.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to thank the doctors and
~pecially' the neighbors for their
ndness shown us during the sudden
athb of our little daughter and sister
eir loving kindness will never be
rgotten. May God bless each and
ery one of them.
[r. and Mrs. B. B. Sloan and Children. .
Whale Hangs Itself.
A big whale tried to run away with
e cable zoninectinig with A.aska, ac
~rding to a story brought down
'om the north by Captain Laffi, oft
e United States ship Burnside.
The Burnside was sent north along
e coast of Alaska to repair the ca-j t
. iye ; dui ng t he pa st winter "
we-1 .ehrj mxerienced in t
;ending and receiving messages. The
3urnside picked up the cable connect
ng Valdez and Sitka a few miles off
ook's Inlet, not far from Sitka. The
rew never had such a time hauling a
able on board as they did that day
)n the Alaska coast. Fi1ally the
ause of the great weight was found.
Some time during the winter a whale
leeding on the bottom of the oceaa
ith 'Wide-open mouth qll1ded *itl%
le wire rope. 'A:7 2
Unable t? thake the big wire fr6n
he masses of Whaiebon6 in its jaws,
:he big fish turned turtle,, rolled dver
nee, turned around, rolled again ant
lived. rn these few movements ,the
ish proved himself his own hangman,
or the cable was twisted tighter about
.he head of the whale than any mortal
~ould have done with the most power
Ful machinery. - .
The whale drowned and the carcass
ras devoured on the ocean's bottom
y other fish. The crew of the Burn
ide hauled up a great load of whale
one and found a great twist in the
~overnment cable that had been the
~ause of the unusual difficulty in send
ng messages and and from either end
f the rope.-Seattle Post.
Ships of Yesterday.
[y golden ships of yesterday--they
n shadowed water touching here and
t phantom ports in harbors of de
nlading hopes and dreams and peer
f visions brighter than of morn -or
ntil no trace of all their cargoes fair
~emains, there every coffer farthing
7hen 1o! for dark Oblivion's coast
nd I the once proud admiral of my
o with them still, with some few
~nd some good seamen faithful as a
little wine, a chest of morsels sweet,
ffice to keep us till the journey
he gods shall find us feasting at the
'Almost the Same.
A Washington man inadvertently
rerheard some tender exchanges be
een a recently betrothed couple
ho, it chanced, attended some so
al function at the national capital
owhich the aforesaid Washingtonian
as also asked.
"Just think, dear heart," exclaimed
e young woman, "you proposed to
e but 24 hours ago!"
"Yes, sweetheart," came inthrilling
oes from the fortunate man, "anid
L eems a though it were but yes