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WILL NOT ENTER RACE.
Vaj. Richards Makes Statesmeut-De
nies Any Conference.
John G. Richards, Jr., will not be a
candidate for governor in the primary
this year. A statement, which will ap
pear in the Camden News, states his
position and his reasons for not en
tering the race. Maj. Richards also
comments on the rumor that a confer
ence was held at his home during the
summer regarding the race for gov
ernor. His statement is given below:
The editor of tie News, who has
stood the firm friend of Maj. John G.
Richards in his aspiration to be gov
ernor of South Carolina, and who
was among the number who have tried
to get him to make the race again this
year, had an interview with him in
Columbia last week and asked him to
give out some positive declaration of
what he proposed to do. Maj. Richards
has had the matter under advisement
for quite a wliile, and having come to
a definite conclusion, has authorized
the publication of the following state
"I feel it is due my friends through
out the State that I should give a
positive answer to their many in
quiries and urgent solicitations that
I become a candidate for governor
again this year, and I suppose that
this is just as good a time as any for
me to make public my intentions.
"I will be perfectly frank in declar
ing my aspirations and ambition to
serve my State as its chief executive.
I entered the race last year with the
end in view that, if I were defeated,
I should try again. While last year's
race proved an unevien one for me,
I have much to encourage me to fost
er my ambition, and the issue left
for me to settle is the time when I
will make the race again. Many of
my warmest friends, you among the
number, have urged me to do so this
year; but, while I have appreciated
the friendly interest, I thorght best to
take ample time for mature reflection,
and until now no one has had from
me any direct or positive declaration
2s to my intentions. In fact, my de
tision was reached only very recently,
notwithstanding some did assume to
answer for me by weaving for them
selves a very ingenious but wholly in
T'ollowing my defeat in the cam
-paign of last year, and without .so
ilcitation on my part, Gov. Ansel very
kindly appointed me railroad commis
sioner to fill the unexpired term in t:5
vacancy occasioned by the death of
Mr. Sullivan. While I have endeavor
ed by diligent study to familiarize my
self with the duties of the offices, the
task of doing so has been difficult and
J' am only niow getting in position tc
do capable and efficient work in th-e
~office along lines where it is most
needed. I see many things that ir
my judgment should be done, and as
my desire, along with my ambition, is
to serve the people of the State. I
have decided to make the race tc
succeed myself as railroad commis
Ssioner for the full term, and, if elect
ed, to do all I can to render the faith
ful service that I 'feel is due them fron
one occupying the responsible posi'
tion. It is practically' the only scurcf
through which the public can obtair
relief from the 'wrongs they have tc
suffer ~from railroads, express, tele
graph and telephone companies; and
.enly one who is thoroughly famnilia:
with the duties of the office is in posi
tion to render them the efficient ser
vice to which they are entitled.
"I am not without a due sense 0;
.appreciation for the interest mani
-fested in *me; and I feel that I an
largely under obligations to those wh<
h1ave made efforts to induce me t(
make the race for governor this year
,and for the assurance they have givem
me of their support and influence.
s'incerely hope, however, that the3
. will again agree with me in the wis
<dom of my choice at this time, an
-trust that, if elected, I may be 'abl
to render such service in the office o
railroad commissioner as will warran
them to give me their cotnie
hearty support wheunevar I shall de
cide to again make the race for gov
"With your permirsia will no
conclude this statament without mak
ing correction of the false publicatio2
which has already received vigoroun
denial from Senator Tillman, to the
'effect that during m1e summer a con
ference was beld at my hiome be
tween Senator Tiliman, Judge Jone
and myself regar&ng the race fo
governor. There ia absolutely ni
truth whatever la the charge. Sena
tar and Mrs. Tillma were the guest:
*f myself and famly, and their visi
bad no political signicance whateveJ
Judge Jones -was not at my hous
en nor had he eve been there be
e then. My grat htimation that h
in a message from you through your
son, who came to my home as a guest
for dihner one day during the visit of
Senator and Mrs. Tillman. Following
the visit of Senator Tillman, how
ever, and more than a week after,
Judge Jones came to my home to in
quire if I would be a candidate for
governor. I gave him no definite an
swer then nor has he received any
expression from me since, directly or
indirectly, as to my intentions. These
are the facts pure and simple, all
statements to the contrary notwith
BALD HEADS NOT WANTED.
Baldness is too Generally Considered a
Sign of Advanced Age.
A bald-headed person does not have
an equal chance with one blessed with
a healthy head of hair, because bald
ness is too generally accepted as an
indication of age. Many large corpor
ations have established an age limit,
and ref use to take men over 35 years
of age as new employees.
Probably 65 per cent. of bald-headed
people may regain a good head of
healthy hair if they will follow our
advice and accept our offer. We have
a remedy that we positively guarantee
to grow hair on any head, unless the
roots of the hair are entirely dead,
their follicles closed, and the scalp has
become glazed and shiny. We want
people to try this remedy at our risk,
with the distinct understanding that
unless it does exactly what we claim
it will, and gives satisfaction in every
respect, we shall make no charge for
the remedy used during the trial.
We know exactly what we are talk
ing about, and with this offer back of
our statements no one should scoff,
doubt our word, or hesitate to put our
reredy to an actual test.
We want every one in ' Newbc-rry
who is suffering from any scalp or
hair trouble, dandruff, falling h.ir, or
baldness to try our Rexall "93" Hair
Tcnic. We want them to use it regu
lary-say until three bottles have
been used-and if it does not eradi
cate dandruff, cleanse and ruresh the
scalp, tighten the hair in ics roots, and
grow new hair, we will re:.ran every
cent paid us for the remedy for the
irere asking. There is n, formality
eopected, and we exact no obligation
from the user whatever.
IWe are established right here in~
Newberry, and make this offer with a
full understanding that our business
sexess entirely depends u'70a the sorn
of treatment we accord our customers,
and we would not dare make the ab3 -
offer unless we were p,ositively cer
[tain that we could substantiate it in
every particular. Remember, you can
obtain Rexall Remedies in this comn
munity only at our store. The Re tall
Store. Gilder & Weeks.
I will be in the auditor's office each~
Saturday in January to prepare pen
W. G. Peterson,
ASSESSMEENT OF PERSONAL PROP.
ERTY FOR FISCAL TEAR 1912.
I, or an aut'orized agent, will be
at the following places r.amed belov;
for the purpose of taking returns o:
personal property for fiscal year 1912:
Newberry, January 1 to 9, inclusive.
Kinard, Wednesday, January 10.
Whitmire, Thursday and Friday
January~11 and 12.
Jolly Street, Monday, January 15.
Poma.ria, Tuesday, January 16.
Walton, Wednesday, January 17.
Glymphville, Thursday, January 18
Maybinton, Friday, January 19.
Prosperity, Monday and Tuesday
Jaua22 and 23.
iLittle Mountain, Wednesday, Janu
O 'Neall, Thursday, January 25.
St. Lukes, Friday, J3anuary 26.
Longshoree, Monday, January 29.
ISilv.erstreet, Tuesday, January 30.
Chappells, Wednesday, January 31.
IAnd at Newberry until February 20
'after which date a penalty of 50 pe:
cent. will be added against all persons
firm.s or corporations falling to ma~kq
Th la]w rquirTesBatax to becharg
1ed on all neys, notes and mort
gags, also an incomne tax on groes in
comes fn exen of $2,500.
There shall be a capitationz tax o
-fifty cents en all dogs, the prooeedi
Ito be xP..an for school purpse
Dogs not retuned for taxation shal
Snot be oonidred as property in an;
-of the coal of this State.
All mal persons between the age
tI 21 and 60 years are liable to pa:
poll tax, eimpt Confederate soilers
or those persons incapable of earnini
a support froma being maimed o
Ifrom any other eause.
NothiN in.e rsal nroperty is ti
The Rayo Lamp is the best and most serviceable lamp you can find
for any part of your home.
It is in use in millions of families. Its strong white light has made
it famous. And it never flickers.
In the dining-room or the parlor the Rayo gives just the light that is most effec
tive. It is a becoming lamp-in itself and to you. Just the lamp, too, for bedroom
or library, where a clear, steady light is needed.
The Rayo is m de of solid brass, nickel-plated; also in numerous other styles and
finishes. Easily lighted without removing shade or chimney; easy to clean and rewick.
Ask your dealer to show you his line of Rayo lamps ; or writefor descriptive circular to any agency of"h
Standard Oil Company
yiekd to MiLAM when a fl else fail
W W ROYALL, D. D.. Sec'y,
Norfolk, Va., July 7, 1911.
The Milam Medicine Co., Inc.,
It gives. me pleasure to tell' you how much good your
"Milam" has done me. I have had more or less uric acid trouble
for ten or fifteen years, t.nd at times I had attacks of rheumatic
gout that were not only excruciatingly painful, but that laid me
up in bed for a week at a time. I used everything the doctors
recommended, but obtained only a little relief. Last May, I was
so fortunate as to try Milam, and having procured through you a
case of a half a dozen, I used it faithfully. I cannot tell you
what relief it has given me. It may be too soon for me to claim a
permanent cure, but I'mean to keep up the treatment, feel glad to
think I have found a thing to free me from my great suffering, and
enable me to keep up my work in comfort. If all your patients have
my experience, you will not have to refund much money.
Very respectfully yours,
Member Virginia Conference, IA. E. C. S..
Asik your druggist for six bottles of Milamn on our liberal guarantee
- ~money back if not benefied.. s
1romi the soil than any other fruit crop.
It has been conclusively proven that flavoran
shipping quality arc not secured unless there is an - -
adequate supply of
The best growers use from zoo to 200 pounds of Muriate of Potash
-annually on their orchards in addition to the phosphate. The applica
-tion of mineral fertilizers should begin when the trees are planted, so as
to insure strong wood and early bearing, continuous fruiting and
-longer bearing period.
-. Most peach orchards starve to death at a time when they should
be giving their very best returns. Feed them a bal
\ anced ration and reap the profits.
Write us for Potash prices and free~
I ~ books with formulas and directions.
GERMAN KALI WORKS. Inc.
Continental Building. Baltimore P T S
.-Monadnock Block, Chicago
.--. Whitney Central Bank B3ldg.
- - New Orleans P Y
be assessed this year, but all personsyorkdes H'ptekdysit
Iwho have bought or sold any real es-threibeadaf me3,Dn'
tate since last return are required to Kde il,wit a ueipOl
note such transfers on their returnsrihheenNei@ry
for 1912. F asne,Mi n ln
All property must be assessed "atstet,Nwry,SC,sas"Igd
it true value," which is construed tolyonfrthpulcsae ntIgv
mean "the sum of money for which i 98rcmnrdi. h,nsKde
such property, under ordinary' cir-Pil.FraotayrIsufe
cumstances, would eell for cash." frmidean ldrtouean
Please do not ask that your prop- drn a pl,Ihdt osl
erty be taken from the auditor's du-phsca.I'dtofrqetdir
plicate the same as last return, fortops hkinyectos,ee
the law requires that all propertycilydrn thngt,bthefo
must be listed on regular tax return wssat n it~lg a
blanks and signed and sworn to by nrosadfl l u on ia
pesont listing sayme.r o on' ide ilsa
Newberry, S. C.goasupytPehm&Snsru
Name of township and school di Stoehsrmd teghndm
trtt must be given on every return. kdesadwe hywr okn
EUG. S. WERTS, rih,teuc citasemvdfo
Auditor Newberry Couty. myste, hu cuin y ch
DANIGER IN DELAY.Foslebaldalr.Pie5
Kidney Diseases Are Too BangerensNwYokslea t frheUie
for Newberry Feople to Negleet. Rmme h xeDa'-n
The great danger of kidney troubles
*is that they get firm hold before theKisa uPer
sufer-rcgizes them. AHealth urerris ppndc
"Igradually undermined. Backach% ew,iePlskl tb rvnii
headache, nervousness, lameness,Tey etlsimlesoac,iv
s reness, lumbago, urinary trouble;,anboesprvt!nthtcog;
dros nd rigt'sdieas folow~KtitnlePls, whericihas. cre.i eon
th.kideysgetwere. ontne F.c L. Pasing~ er,MinandGle
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