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Entered at the Postofficc -f N' nvfcerry,
S. C., as 2nd class matter.
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
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Judge Ira B. Jones has been campaigning
Spartanburg county in an
automobile this week. His speeches
read like the Congressional Record?
"cheers," "loud applause," etc.?An'
derson Daily Mail.
That is very true and the newspaper
accounts of the enthusiasm and the
inmpprin?? nnri a sreat reoresen
tation all reminds us of things that
Tvere enacted and published about 21
years ago in the majority of the newspapers
of this State.
It was stated some days ago that
detective William J. Burns was in
South Carolina gathering data for Col.
T. B. Felder. That sounds bad for
some people we Know, wnen jtsurns
gets behind people something will hap- j
We have understood that Col. Felder j
has had a detective a greater part of!
the time in South Carolina for nearly 1
two years; certainly, since Governor j
Blease w-as elected and inaugurated, j
We know that during last year he was j
around Columbia a good part of the!
"time. What he was doing or what he'
found out, we do not know, but we un
derstood that he was Col. Felder's private
A practical demonstration of the j
advantages of the split log drag may
be seen by any one, who will observe!
the road from Newberry to Prosperity, j
As far down as Colony church, the;
roaa nas oeen dragged two or inree;
times and is now in good condition, |
and will be a good road in a few days.
From Colony church ro Prosperity the
drag has not -been used, or had not j
been on Tuesday, the road was almost!
impassable. The use of the drag on j
this end would have made that section
just as good as the other section.
we do not understand wny tne peo-.
pie who live along this road, and who
have constant occasion to use it, will i
not spend a little time and energy in J
the use of the drag. To view it from a
selfish standpoint, it would pay them
to do so.
In the list of judges Newberry counI
ty has given to the State in the last J
issue of The Herald and News, the!
name of former Chief Justice Ira B. I
Jones was inadvertently omitted. Of:
course the writer of the article knew j
that Mr. Jones was a son of Newberry;
county. But sometimes a fact which is j.
most familiar to us is, in the hurry of j
newspaper work, overlooked. The1
? Herald and News regrets this omission,
and particularly at this time,!
when, in the heat of a political cam- j
<paign, there will likely be those ready j
to ascribe small motives for the omis- !
Chief Justice Jones was born in J
Newberry, went through the sophomore
class of Newberry college, and
after graduation at Erskine, returned ;
to Newberry and taught in Newberry '
and Edgefield counties. He then open- I
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time was associate editor of the Herald,
one of the predecessors of The
Herald and News. He was -elected to j
the bench from Lancaster county, butj
he is a son of Newberry county.
Chief Justice Jones served South
Carolina on the supreme bench with!
credit to himself and with credit to
the State. He succeeded a son of Newberry
as chief justice, and worthily
filled the place.
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Laurensville Herald, loth.
In celebration of its twenty-fifth an- (
niversary, the Newberry Herald and j
News last week issued a special edition
which we have read with much
interest. ?The issue carries a number
of excellent articles contributed by
those connected with the paper at
present or at former periods, and all
are of historical value. These special
contributions were written by Editor
JLull himself, Mr. John K. Aull, Mr. R.
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have accepted a position i
of Summer Brothers Cc
pleased to see them and t
of Clothing, Shoes and
brought to Newberry,
H. Greneker, Mr. T. E. Wicker and
others. The writer knows personally
those mentioned above, and they know
the newspaper business and some other
things besides. The edition is representative
of the enterprise that charactrizes
an up-to-date newspaper and
The Herald and News enjoys this distinction.
May its shadow never growless.
Leesville News-Advocate, 14th.
Last week Editor Aull got out a
splendid sixteen page edition of The
Herald and News celebrating the 25th
birthday. Mr. Aull has been editor
all these years and has made it the
very best country newspaper in the
State. He has always had a strong
staff of co-workers, many having gone
high up in the different lines of newspaper
work. We read this special edition
from cover to cover and never
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Gaffney Ledger, 15th.
Editor Elbert H. Aull, of the Newberry
Herald and News, issued a most
creditable illustrated number last
week, it being his 25th anniversary in
the printing business. Brother Aull
was once a professor in a college and
nicn n lawver. hut he reformed a quar
ter of a century ago. If he would now
reform his politics he could be classed
as a lallapaloosa.
Meeting of Farmers of the County
Under Direction of Clenison to be
Held 011 March 28.
On March 28, at 12 o'clock promptly,
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a, meeting 01 me ia.ruue,;s ui .\cnucuj
county will be held in the court house
to discuss the extension of tick eradication
into Xewb-arry county. The
meeting which was to have been held
for this purpose on March 15 was postponed
on account of the heavy rain on
that date. '
ims worn: is now Dems cunuuuieu
by the Clemson college veterinary division
in co-operation with the United
States bureau of animal industry.* The
work will be extended into those counties
which give promise of interest and
satisfactory co-operation from the cattle
owners themselves. Past experience
has unquestionably shown that
without such the work can be conducted
only by unnecessary expenditure
and much delay.
Work has already been conducted
in the counties of Oconee, Pickens,
Greenville, Anderson, Spartanburg,
Cherokee, York. Chester, Union, Laurens,
Greenwood, and Abbeville, with
the result that four of thesp counties
are now above the federal quarantine
line, and we expect that by April 1 of
this year all the others, with tii<> exception
of portions of three, will be
r-. leased from fedora! quarantine.
Tick eradication is of vital import
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iends, that I have resigned j
vart-Perry Company, and
n the clothing department
>mpany, where I will be
o show them the finest line
Gents' Furnishings ever
WILBUR E. LONG.
!NO SIR, I CAN'T
GET APPENDICITIS i
I Eat All I Want to Now. No Mors
Gas on the Stomach or Soup Stomach.
No More Heavy Feeling After
Meals or Constipation.
I No matter what you've tried without
; getting relief JUST TRY simple buck:
thorn bark, glycerine, etc., as compounded
! in ADLER-I-KA! You will be surpnsea
i at the QUICK results and you will be ; I
| guarded against appendicitis. The VERY
I FIRST DOSE will help you and a short
i treatment with ADLER-I-KA will make j
| you feel better than you have for years.
This new German appendicitis remedy \
I antisepticizes the stomach and bowels '
, and draws off all impurities. A SINGLE
DOSE relieves gas on the stomach, sour ;
stomach, constipation, nausea or heavy ;
feeling after eating almost AT ONCE.
A short treatment often cures an ordinary
case of appendicitis.
MATES' DRUG STORE
M. M. Buford is hereby announced j
as a candidate for Sheriff of Newberry
COllllty, suuject to UltS I'UICS Ui ;
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for Sheriff of Newberry county,
subject to the Democratic primary.
Cannon G. Blease. I
' For County Auditor.
Eug. S. Werts is hereby announced
as a candidate for re-election as County
Auditor, subject to the Democratic
ance to every cattle owner in Newberry
county. Representatives from
Clemson college and the federal bureau
will be present at this meeting,
I and will show you why this work j
| means much to you and discuss the
j methods by which the work is to be
extended into the county if sufficient
interest is shown.
\V. F. Burleigh,
Assistant State Veterinarian, Clemson
I College, S. C.
Marriage of Dr. J. Mcl. Johuson, j
Washington Star, 16th.
; Last evening at the parsonage of St. j
Paul's Lutheran church Miss Mabel j
i Earnshaw, formerly of Hagerstown,!
i now of Washington, was quietly mar- j
ried by Dr. J. T. Huddle to Dr. James
M. Johnson, of South Carolina, an assistant
organic chemist of the bureau
of chemistry. Dr. Johnson is a graduate
of Newberry college, South Carolina,
and Johns Hopkins university,
Baltimore. Those present at the ceremony
were Mr. and ^Irs. Thomas J. |
Richard, the parents of tlw bride; J
Mrs. Ruth Warfield, Mrs. William |
Johnson, of Newberry, S. C., and Prof, j I
| Walter Clarke. ji
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