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NoTements of Many People, New
berrians and Those Who Visit
Miss Lillian Hill is visiting friend
Miss Lucile Moorehead, of Gaffney
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. M. Kibler
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Wooten are a
Glenn Springs for the season.
Miss Nellie Adams is visiting in Co
Mr. G. F. Little, of Laurens coun
ty, is visiting relatives in Newberry.
Mrs. S. E. Dunbar left Tuesday foi
Spartanburg to be absent for somi
Miss Louise Jones has returned fron
a visit to Miss Carrie Lou Connor it
Dr. E. H. Kibler and family have rz
turned from an extended visit to Alvy
Mrs. J. -J. Hitt and baby, Juanita
are visiting at Greenwood and Crosv
Mr. W. L. Bodie visited friends ai
Prosperity and Newberry last week.
Leesville Ne%vs, Aug. 31.
Mr. Drayton Barksdale has return
ed from an extended visit to relative
in Newberry.-Laurens Advertiser.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Wheeler spen
the latter part of last week with rela
tives in Newberry.-Leesville News.
Messrs. H. Z. and Jesse Adams an
G. W. Swygert made a flying trip t<
.Newberry last week.-Leesville News
Messrs. Rhube Meetze and Wile:
Rikard, of Newberry, visited Mr. H. S
Meetze last week.-Leesville News.
Miss Anne Jones is visiting hel
cousin, Miss Julia Calder, at Cokes
Mrs. S. H. Prevost and little daugh
ter, returned to their home in Ander
Mr. G. D. White, of Columbia, is vis
iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W
Miss Vanessa Williams returnee
yesterday from visiting relatives ir
Mrs. J. W. White and little Eliza
beth returned from Baltimore yester
Misses Regina and Ava Williams, o:
Columbia, are on a visit'to relatives
Litle Miss Marie Marshall, after
spending a while with her cousin, lit
tle Delmar Bailes, returned to her
'homne in Anderson yesterday.
Mrs. Harriet Lane and Misses Des
sie and Emma Shackleford returned
from Hendersonville Tuesday.
~Mrs. George A. Langford and daughi
ters, Mrs. White Fant and Miss Mar
jetta Langford, returned Tuesday fron
Mrs. J. L. Fellers and children, of
Old Town, are on a visit to Mrs. Fel
lers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N
Feagle, at Little Mountain.
Miss Gussie Kibler, of Atlanta, is or
a visit to her brother. Dr. J. M. Kib
1er, and her sister, Mrs. William John
Mrs. J. D. Fitzgerald, with her little
granddaughter, Hannah Hendersor
Rutherford, of Blairs, is visiting hei
sister, Mrs. W. E. Ruff.
lar. and Mrs. W. W. Jones visited
~at -the home of Dr. 0. B. Mayer ii
:Newberry for a few days last week.
-Mrs. W. E. Matthews has just re
-turned from a three weeks' visit tc
:relatives in Newberry.-Leesville
Sews. Ag. 31.
~.&. John C. Craps and wife, of New
berry, visited friends and relatives in
the Cedar Grove section a few days
last week.-Leesville News, Aug. 31.
Miss Mary Wright, of Newberry, hai
.accepted the position of assistant
:teacher in the Delmar C. I. for thei
M~vr. Theo. Lambry came over fromr
:Spartanburg Wednesday to spend
-day or two in Newberry. He was ac
-companied by N. M. Palles, of Laur
' Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Crawford, 'o:
Ge].dviIle, and Mrs. Silverman and lit
tle daugbter., of Elberton, Ga., spen
Wednesday in the city, guests of Prof
B. L. Jones and sisters.
Messrs. J. Guy Daniels and E. E
Williamson returned Tuesday. The:
bad been to New York to select a net
and brilliant stock of jewelry, etc., t'
.add to the line in their fine store.
Miss Julia Kibler, of Newberry, il
the attractive guest of Mr. and Mrs
J. L. Moorehead.-Gafffley Ledger. Mis:
KCihler nas returned from Gaffney an<
Mrs. Kate Coats and Mrs. Nelli!
Davis returned yesterday from Rlch
-mnd a v after a p>leasant visit ti
Mrs. Coats' son and Mrs. Davis' I
ther, Mr. Jesse D. Coats.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Anderson
little son, Wadsley, returned Wedi
day from the North, after a car
selection of new goods for the 10 <
Mr. Elliot H. Julian, of the Soutl
Bell Telephone compaiy, has t
transferred from Columbia to
t angeburg and promoted to the p
tion of combination man.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Leland Summer
baby left for Hendersonville T1
day. Mr. Summer is recuperating f:
a recent illness, and The Herald
News hopes he will find the cha
Miss Anna Sligh and Leora Wal]
have returned from a visit to Mrs.
J. Ruff, near Pomaria. Miss Wall
will spend some time with Miss S'
before returning to her home r
Mrs. S. A. Wilson left Tuesday
her home in Rock Hill, after a N
to her son, Mr. W. A. Wherry, in N
berry, accompanied by her daugh
Mrs. R. L. Clark, of Rock Hill, and
her niece, Mrs. H. C. Baker, of I
Mr. Thomas E. Epting left yester
for Savannah to resume his du
with the Southern Bell Teleph
company. He was accomnanied
Mrs. Epting, who wished to see N
her own wifely eyes that Mr. EpI
was equal to the task.
l Mr. Casper C. Stewart spent se
> al days here this week, visiting his i
and children, his mother, Mrs. 01
Stewart, and his sister, Mrs. E.
.eslie. Mr. Stewart, with headql
ters in Atlanta, represents the Ei
1ka Fire Hose Manufacturing comp
of New York, traveling for the Soi
- ern department of the company.
Ou Monday evening Miss Mary T
dave her friends another one of
chiar!mng entertainments compliir
ta-. tc Miss Ola Adams, of Clover.
- Miss Adeline Johnson, of Nwbe
The program,me of entertainment
tL-- mning embraced a number
interesting games, follow(d by
serving of tempting refreshment
Laurens Advertiser, Aug. 31.
Mr. 0. V. Higgins, having acce;
a fine position1 with the Malone Mi
house, of Columbia, will leave Mon
to enter upon his new work. He
tra~vel for the house, his territo,ry
ing sax or seven counties 1' up
South Carolina. Mr. Higgiks is
perie-nced in business, his latst p,
1-n b'eing with the J. L. Bowles
ini this e dy. As he is a steady voi
man, paying strict attention to
busin'ss. industrious and full of
ergy, he is well equipped for the pi
andr there is no doubt that the Mai
house will be pleased with him.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
There will be serv. ..as as usual
Central Methodist church next S
The Rev. Dr. J. H. Wilson'
preach at Mayer Memorial chu
Sunday night at 8 o'clock. The p
lic is invited. .- .
'The board of health of Leesville
instructed the mayor that sen~
*places in Leesville are in an unst
tary condition, and the parties h
been warned to have the places cle
A new and neat building is to
erected on corner of Mayer ave:
and Hunt street for the Rev. 3. D. E~
ard as a parsonage-Beth Eden I
torate-embracing the charges of (
ony, St. James and Beth Eden, Luti
an. Mr. Irby D. Shockley has
contract to build1.
To the Voters of Newberry Coun
Gentlemen: I avail myself of the f
opportunity to express to you my
preciation of the confidence shown
me by your vote on yesterday, and
sure you that you shall never h
cause to regret it. Furthermore
wish you to know that whenever1
islation affecting your interest
mands my presence at Columbit
shall be on hand with the goods
see that you are treated with prc
As~ to those who did not support
T have to say that I sympathize dee
with them in that they didn't kno'
good thing when they saw it, an
am sorry that they will be deprive<
m.y services for the next two ye
>I wish to say to them, also, that shc
they have any further use for s
courtesies as T have had the pleas
of extending to them in the past
have no hesitation in calling for tl
at any and all times. T am in g
health; have a normal appetite;
for my fellow-man and still vote
ro-, EXECUTIVE COMUTTEE.
Declares Result-Does Not Count
and Votes for Candidates Who Failed
aes- to File Expense Accounts.
The rounty executive committee me
in the court house yesterday. In the
ern i absence of County Chairman Fred H.
een Dominick, Mr. Eugene S. Blease pre
Or- sided. The vote as declared by the
Osi- committee is published in The Herald
The matter . of filing expense ac
andl counts was discussed and it was found
that a number of magistrates had not
filed expense accounts before the pri
mary nor after the primary as requir
ed by act of the legislature. The act
requires that the candidate "shall, at
ace the conclusion of the campaign and
W. before the primary election, render to
ace the clerk of court (or secretary of
igh State as herein before provided) un
ear der oath, an itemized statement of all
moneys spent or provided by me dur
ing the campaign for campaign pur
for poses up to that time, and I further
isit pledge that I will, immediately after
ew- the primary election or elections that
ter, I am a candidate in, render an item
by ized statement, under oath, showing
'ort all further moneys spent or provided
by me in said election: Provided, That
day a failure to comply with this provis
ties ion shall render such election null and
one void, in so far as the candidate who
b fails to file the statement herein re
ith quired, but shall not effect the validity
Ing of the election of any candidate com
plying with this section."
Mr. Harmon and Mr. Taylor, candi
7er- ddAtes for the legislature; Mr. Chap
vife pell, Mr. Riser, Mr. Harmon, Mr. Hen
ivia drix, Mr. Kibler, Mr. Epps, Mr. Stone,
H. Mr. Hentz, Mr. Kibler, Mr. Kinard and
iar- Mr. Suber, candidates for magistrate,
ire- failed to file any expense accounts af
any ter the election, though several of
ith- them filed their expense account be
fore the election. Of course it will
not affect those who are defeated.
odd In township No. 7, neither Mr. Dom
bMr inick nor Mr. Reid filed any expense
en- account. In No. .1 township, Mr. Kin
nd ard and Mr. Suber filed no expense
Or The committee declared Mr. Arthur
0 Kibler and Mr. Geo. S. Mower nomi
the nated for the house of repr.esentatives;
5.- Mr. F. M. Schumpert for probate
judge; Mr. Jno. L. Epps for county
ted treasurer; Mr. Eug. S. Werts for coun
Sty auditor; Mr. J. C. Sample for mag
day istrate for Nos. 1 and 8 townships; Mr.
WiW. C. Sligh for magistrate for No. 5
be- township; Mr. Win. M. Dorroh for
per magistrate for No. 6 township; Mr. B.
B. Hair for magistrate for No. 9 town
Sship; Mr. P. B. Ellesor for mgistrate'
for No. 10 townshtp.
ng In Nos. 2, 3 and 4 townships, Messrs.
his J. C. S. Brown, Jno. Henderson and
n-R. M. Aughtry were unopposed, but as
a'they had not complied with the law,
the committee did not recommend
them for appointment.
In No. 7 township Mr. A. L. Domin
ick and Mr. W. R. Reid were the can
didates. Mr. Reid received the ma
at jority of the votes but as neither one
un- had complied with the law by fil
ing expense accounts the committee.
made no recommendation.
vllIn No. 11 township there were four
rch candidates, Mr. E. A. Hentz and Mr.
ub- W. L. Kibler who filed the first expense
account and Mr. J. J. Kinard and Mr.
has W. F. Suber, who filed no expense ac
~ral count. .In the first primary none of:
tni- these received a mlajority vote and it
ave was stated that Messrs. Hentz and
an- Kinard would make the second race as
they received the largest vote, but the
executive committe, under the law,
be does not count the vote for any one of
iue them, and, therefore no provision will'
In- -be made for the election for magis
as- trate in No. 11 township and the dele
sol- gation will be open to appoint any one.
ter- .The committee then adjourned.
the _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
STATEMENT FROM MR. BLEASE.
Expresses Appreciation of Loyal Sap
ty port of His Friends.
trst News and Courier.
ap- Newberry, August 31.-The Hon.
m Cole L. Blease, of Newberry, the lead
as- ing candidate for governor in Tues
ave - day's primary, was asked tonight by a
'" representative of the News and C.ur
eg- ier for a statement, and in reply said:
de- "I am very much pleased with the re-:
Lsuit of Tuesday's primary. I am ver '
to thankful to my friends for their true
per and loyal support. I am now leadi-ig.
From present reports I have a ma
me jority or plurality in one-half of the
ply counties in the State. In my home
e a county and town I have a majority
d I over all of my competitors. In the
i of home county of my nearest competi
trs tom, Mr. Featherstone, I received more
old votes than he. As I have said before,
uch It is the people's victory and not mine.
ure "From the messages which I have
,to received today and the assurances of
iem support that are coming from all sec
ood tions of the State, I am satisfied that
ove the victory will be ours on the 13th of
t'he September. We have had a clean
campaign, upon a high plane, and I
hope that it will continue so, and I
chal1 do my prt to that endt"
What It Cost the Candidate to Make I
the Races.-Accounts Filed With
Clerk of Court.
In accordance with the rules of the
Democratic party and the laws of the s
State, the candidates are required to a
file itemized expense accounts on the a
day before election and also a supple
mentary report the day following cov-!
ering the expenses on election day. h
The Herald and News did not print r
any of these accounts on Tuesday for
the reason that some of the candidates n
had not yet filed their expense ac- a
counts at the time of putting the paper 0
The following are the expense ac- t,
counts as filed with the clerk of court fj
for the expenses up to Monday even- c
ing, the day before election: a
E. A. Hentz..............$ 7.50 c
J. F. Riser .................4.50 n
WIm. M. Dorroh ............ 4.50
Thos. J. Harmon .. ..0..
J. H. Chappell ......... 16.50
W. L. Kibler ... ... .........3.55
E. B. Kibler ... ... .........12.90 n
J. C. Sample ... ... ..........19.00 S.
T. L. B. Epps ..........50
B. B. Hair ... ... ... .........10.80
P. B. Ellesor ... ... .........3.15
W. C. Sligh ... ... ..........1.50
J. W. Hendrix ... ... .........3.00
Jno. I. Taylor........... ... 18.20
Geo. S. Mower............ ... 18.10
Godfrey Harmon ... ...... .. .21.20
F. W. Higgins ............ ... 20.60
H. H. Evans............. ... 43.65 s
C. T. Wyche ... ... ....... ... 21.35
Eug. S. W erts............ .. 34.64 t
S. M. Duncan... 41.10
B. B. Leitzsey.. 41.00
Frank . Schumpert ... ... ... .27.20
Jno. L. Epps ... ... ... ... ... 34.90'
J. R. Scurry ... ... ... ... ... 49.7 5
The following are the candidatesh
who have filed supplementary reports.
The law requires that the report be
made whether any expense has been t
incurred or not a
thu Kwier ...... ...... ...6. t
S. . Mowern. ... ... ... .... 4.10.
F. . Leiggisey... ... ... ... ...00.
Eugne . Scuert.... ... ....27.50*
Wn. C. SEpps.... ... ... ... ....34.90 t
. B. LScurry ... ... ... ... ...49.005
He folonsg.are.the.candidates b
whohv ie LEp supplementry.repor.....
in . curry .... ... .5a
C.rthu Wyble.. .... ............s
Frank . Mohuer..... .. ......r
. M. Higgins...... ... .... ..--.
Eu enet Serts.-T.. ...r.. .3 5
J.S -Sml.. gra. ..b. . .0
at the Hair... Bapis ...u... .... Ne-0
o'clo. Alletor.n. w... ... taken. e
forC Smission. ..l. . ..15 i
Jno.L. Progra..m.. ..j. ..
ScriptSurry.. Psal 122, ... pasto. s0
Recitaton,o"Welcome Morning"-... y
Raingbe "TeWork atfBatst Church
R eadngxTh SundandsofThe Pres
ent"-ichar gFloy. .
Retatmion da Concert-Miserv Lu
Eat ho First Baptitchrhg nNe
werext rn." atrnona 5
Ofigfor Ste missions. 1
ISditre, Psal expres my tasr and
aReciation,t teoter Mofrnosg" 1Y
andss Etowshlley fo thBadsm
vong, "Onward recistdin Tueldier." 1
Reiayion, The Gostio of masrte.
-Masute eoplnrd ofteetws ipsl
aseding, "The peole of the county,
Reciaeion e"Prayent magstrSate" fob
theading,e ofh Nebrmand wi ath all
et"-imesdomydutlyd asIsi. L
Solo by rs. J. . Wet-Same
THE ELECTION RETURNS.
'he Herald and News Issued First Ex- lo,
tra at 5.45, Breaking Previous to
With the co-operation of iui corre- de
pondents, the managers of election in
nd friends throughout the county, ge
nd with the fine telephone service esi
'hich was furnished, The Herald and I
ews broke all previous records in
andling the Newberry county election
eturns on Tuesday night.
Loyal service was rendered by the
iechanical department of the office,
nd the first extra was printed at 5.45 0
ne hour and 45 minutes after the
losing of the polls. Shortly thereaf
,r extras were given to the public
rom which the result in the county ~
ould be foretold, and at 8.35 o'clock F(
n extra was printed giving returns
.om every box except one, which :
ould not be secured until next -
The linotype was handled by
lessrs. Ira M. Sligh and James L.
.ull, and Billy Hunter and Edgar -
ligh were "on the job" helping in the F(
iake-up and the press work and as
isting in handling the returns gen
In handling the figures and making
ie totals The Herald and News had
de invaluable assistance of Mr. J. -
laude Dominick, who is one of the
nest experts in the State on figures.
The telephone service was all that
ould be desired. Long distance mes
ages and local messages were on the -
,ires every minute during the early p
ours of the night, and the telephone
orce was kept busy practically all
ight. Mr. Olie Bowers was on duty
11 night, and until 10 o'clock he had
de assistance of Misses Lizzie Wick
r and Annie Sligh at the exchange.
o telephone exchange could have B
een handled more efficiently.
Manager Blaine, of the Western Un
)n, did fine work in handling out-of
3wn newspaper dispatches.
To all those who assisted us in -
andling the returns The Herald and F
iews desires to return thanks.
The Herald and News sent out ex
ras on the night mail Tuesday night
nd the morning mails Wednesday
iorning to its friends in the county.
* * * * * * * * * * * fa
LAWN PARTY AT WHITMIRfE. *~ :
* * * * * * * * * * *
Whitmire, Aug. 27.--The crowning F(
vent of the week in social circles
ras the lawn party last Thursday
vening given by Miss Sara Scott in
onor of her friends, Miss Mary John
on, of Clinton, and Miss Inez Dobbins, -
f Whitmire. About 20 couples enjoy- W
d the evening in progressive conver
ation. Standing upon the broad
orch overlooking the grounds where
rere gathered the flower of grace and
eauty, and gallant attentive beaunx as
nights of old, one beheld a scene ani
iated and rich with romantic fancy. ]
'he moon shone bright, clear, the
tars twinkled softly down while N(
right-eyed, smiling maidens and
opeful knights wound merrily in and
ut-what vows there were troth,
ho can tell?
Delightful refreshments of cake and .
ream were* served on the lawn by c
ttle Misses Nemie Duncan, Emmie
'uncan and Lois Johnson.
Those attending were: Misses Mary 1
ohnson, Inez Dobbins, Eunice Ab- 4
ims, of Newberry; Winnie Hender
on, Frances Rice, Elliot Dobbins,
[yrtle Duckett, Kate Hargrove, Lena
oung, Myrtle Suber, Butler Fant, -
ertha McCarley, Sara Shannon, Wil- GI
e Mae Shannon, Mattie Duncan;
[essrs. Henry Miller, Metts Fant,
lasel Miller, Doctor Blackburn, El
tore Suber, Tom Scott, Orville Suber,
am Young, Broaddus Scott, Will Dob
ins, Mr. Rice, Herndon Andrews,
ohn Riser, Bonds McCrackin, James
cott, Will Hairston, T. J. Abrams,
ewis Burton, J. W. Gary, Mr. and F(
Ers. C. B. Johnson, Tom Hatton.
Card From Mr. ChappelL.
o the Voters of Nos. 1 and 8 Town
I expected to be re-elected to the of
ce of magistrate, and admit that I i
as disappointed when I was not. But
1e office belongs to the people. It
for them to say who shall serve
iem. It is the duty of all good Demo
rats to bow to the will of the -ma- IFl
rity, and I shall do so with the best .
I have tried to do my best for the -.
eople in the capacity of magistrate, F]
nd expect to continue to do so for .
ae rest of my term. After my time
out I shall still be ready to serve
1y people as best I can, and will be.
>und ready to hold up the hands of
iat good young man, J. C. Sample, in
ischarging the duties of the office.
With thanks to my friends for theirW
uipport, I am,
Jno. H. Chappell.
Editor Herald and News: Please al
v me space in your valuable paper
thank the voters of our county for
very liberal support they gave nie
last Tuesday's election. I am in
d grateful to them, and shall do all
my power to represent them in the
rieral assembly faithfully and hon
september 1, 1910.
ne Cent a Word- No ad
vertisement taken for less
than 25 cents.
IR SALE-Pigs weighting 20 to 40
pounds, $3.00 to $5.00 each. S. M.
Duncan, Newberry, S. C. 9-2-4t.
UNTED-A four or five-room cottage
iear the business part of the city.
kpply to P. 0. Box 88. 9-2-t.
}R SALE CHEAP-One Edison
phonograph with records; one do
nestic machine; one lady's bicycle;
ae lady's saddle. For information
ipply to Annie 0. Ruff, Herald and
.ews Building. 8-30-ltaw-tf.
TICE-The street cab will resume
.he same run August 24. Same sche
lule. No changes, only in fare, which
will be 10 cents. 8-23-tf.
IR SALE-At Slighs, S. C., 250 acres
f land, will sell cheap. Some of
he Rev. J. A. Sligh old place. WIll
ut to suit the buyer. Some cash
mnd the other in easy payments. See
Rufus A. Sligh, Slighs, S. C. 8-23-tf
.RBE CUE-We will furnish a bar
)ecue at B. B. Leitzsey's, Sept 8,
:he cooking to be done by J. D. H.
Kibler., There will be two games of
)all during the day. , Sim Price, Joe
IR SALE-Myself and associates
iave sold over half million dollars'
worth of farm lands in southwest
3eorgia within the past 8 months.
rhis is the best cotton, corn, grain
;nd truck growing country in the
antire South. .We have other choice
ins and it will pay you to write me
Lat you want, Smlth D, PIckett1 m
pire Life Buffidi, Atlanta, Ga.~~3
B SALE-Medium size Jersey milch
sow. Good milker, easily kept.
lood quality. Calf 8 weeks old. Bar-.
gain for somebody. Apply to E. E
Bligh, Slighs, S. C.
? TED-A young.. man of exper
Eence desires.a position in a general
store in or near Prosperity or near
Newberry. Can purchase interest
in the business. Can give good ref
arence. Position wanted by October
L. Answer H. S., Care Herald and
TICE-4 will give a first-class bar
ecue at my residence campaign
lay, August 27, 1910. I will sell
neat and hash at, 11.30. J. M.
GAE SALESMAN WANTED.
Experienee unnecessary. Sell our
rands to the retail trade. Big
ay. Write for full particzulars at
Globe Cigar Co.
!T YOUR GLASSES from Dr. G.
WV. Connor, a graduate of the lart
ast optical college in the world-the
%orthern Illinois College of Chies
p. Dr Connor is located perman
untly in Newberry, gives both the
)bjective and subjective tests by
~lectricity and guaranttees his work
B SALE-The 10-room house and
ot I own on corner of Glenn and "u
Wfain streets. House recently re
aovated inside and out. Lot has two
:olored tenements and good size ~
stable, together with variety of fruit,
m.d shade trees, with splendid truck
arden, and berry patches. Proper
y will be sold entire, or sub-divided
mnd sold separately. For patrticu
Lars Inquire at the premises. E. B.
TENISHED rooms to rent with or
without board. Apply at 1000 Col
lege street. 7-12-10t
tESH BEEAD AND BOLLS-We
will continue to get steam raised
bread and rolls every morning,
~resh from the oven. If you want'
good bread we have it. Jones'
ANTED-Two to six reliable ren.
:ers to work my lands for next three,
rears. Henry D. Boozer, Newberry,
B. C., R. F. D. No. 1. 8-9-t-ltaw, p