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In order to give the boys holiday on
the Fourth, The Herald and News is
^ put to press on Wednesday night,
* CANDIDATES HOWLED DOWN.
Neither Blease Nor Jones Were Able
to Speak Above the Din at
Manning, July 3.?If one voter in
. ?, ?larendon county knows a single complete
argument advanced by either
_ candidate for governor, he never heard
Jt in Manning, for so noisy was the
crowd that neither Jones nor Blease
could speak. Judge Jones was on the
stump his allotted time, but so great
was the howling that he could hardly
Governor Blease never snoke at all.
He was howled great1 y and after
standing for fi^e minutes waiting for
quiet lie asked that ah- Blease men in
the crowd hold up '-heir righ'. hinds.
Within a 15-foot ralisc. of the stag*;
hundreds of hands went up "and the
? governor took his seat, bowing his
thanks to the crowd. He had not
even started his speech. He said that
he was confident it was "his crowd"
and he did not care to speak further.
Judge Jones then asked all Jones
men to hold up their hands, and many
in the outer crowd went up.
Hie cheering was "just noise" and
V constituted the most unasual and the
/greatest demonstration of the cam^
paign. It seemed that at all times
Jones men as well as uiease roiiowvers
joined in the howling and there
, a45 little intelligent applause. A bunch
of college boys who yelled for Jones
played a big part in the hulalballoo,
aEnd Clarendon put up the wildest reception
yet accorded the candidates.
The hand primary showed the crowd
to be largely of B lease sentiment, but
there were many in the outer part of
? ^the erodd who seemed to be either dis/vr
dietniRfprl flirt nnt
''vote." There was much Jones sentiment.
When Judge Jones . took the stand
there was so much ceering for him
and for Blease that he began his
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eyewu wim umicuiuj.. juucs a>aiu uc
would remain quiet while the crowd'
Governor Blease was later announced
and whea quiet prevailed Blease
said: "I have seen Jones men drunk
at meetings and Jones men join in the
noise with the Blea'se men. But if
there are Blease men drunk they al/
ways make much ado about it Now,
j I want to ask the Blease men and all
others here to allow all the candidates
to be heard." .
"You don't have to ask Jones men
to be quiet," said Jones as the governor
took his seat.
"I suppose that's why the Jones men j
hiss me?they are snakes," Retorted j
.the governor, and Judge" Jones pro-1
? ?ceeded with his remarks. However,
"_.Jittle that he said was heard.
"Give Jones the watermelon and
PIooca tVio " ahAnfad o Wor rAiVo
WUV IX iXiU} UVV>U U Wlp V/iVVj ;
referring to a large melon placed on
the stage for the governor.
"When the "storm" had subsided,
Duncan took the stump and faced only
a few voters. Groups of Jones men
and groups of Blease men went off
giving y^lls for their favorites and
Manning was possessed with political
B. B. Evans got the best reception
yet accorded him, but Lyon as well as
> Peeples was loudly applauded. Earle
wag absent. The meeting was held on
the court house green.
Want New Rules.
- A meeting of candidates was held
this morning to try to arrange the
order of speaking of candidates for
Nearly all candidate were present,!
but only tliree voted, and the matter!
"was referred to the tSate executive!
committee. No vote was recorded. !
^ i The matter of the order of the'
Jones-Blease-Duncan speeches was j
- brought up last week but refered to;
the candidates for governor to setue. j
They reported this morning that theyj
had not been able to agree and Judge |
Jones asked the candidate to settle it.
Blease left the meeting, saying he)
would not b" bound by the action of
the candidates. Peeples left with a
i refusal to vote. Jones, Lyon and EvA
ans only voted.
A settlement of this many bring dif
ficulties. Blease announced lie could
not be at the Beaufort meeting Tuesday.
UNDERWOOD TAKES IT CALMLY.
Won't Take Second Place?Pledges
Support to Wilson.
v Washington, Jin/ S?Represents
ive Oscar \\r. Undorvrood, who -an
H/ IgKrd in the presid m'llcll race for fort}fIlliiS6
^allots> maintained his same ca'm
|t?if|^kertnrbahility whw tbo -news- of h*s
and the stampede to Gov
ernor Wilson was ta.i vi tc him todav.
iHe was in his office in the ( aoitol,
'surrounded by many friends in congress,
Republicans and Democrats
"Underwood has withdrawn." was
i flashed over the wire.
I The Alabama representative smiledI
| and said:
"I did not know that I was withdrawing.
Senator Bankhead is in
lr?V?orcr^ nf rrott aomr?oirrr> onrl *mT7 frionHc I
I ? w- iuj vouipaigu auu ,* u ,
there know best what to do. It is news I
to me, but what the senator says
After the bulletin announcing the
withdrawal was received there came
a message quoting Senator Bankhead
assaying that the withdrew Mr. Underwood's
name at the direction of the
candidate. Mr. Underwood reiterated
his first statement and, after talking
with Baltimore-, on the telephone, said:
"My friends ask me to make It clear
that my name was withdrawn without
my knowledge or approval. I make
Mr. Underwood hastened to add that
! he did not disapprove Senator Bankhead's
action and voiced his appreciation
nf t.hoi RArvin#*! nf t.h? mpn who
bad managed his campaign.
The loyalty of the senator and my
friends has been a source of gratification
to me, and I thank them for it
We have succeeded in one thing at
least, and have impressed the country
and our party that a Southern
man. can be a candidate for the presidency.
"I will support the nominee of the
convention and sthall spend my time
working for the ticket chosen at the
i mt. underwood was asnea aDout tne
! vice presidency.
"Will you accept it?" was the question."
"I am not a candidate, do not want
| it, and would not accept it," he answered.
The suggestion was made that on
sentimental grounds the vice presidency
might be the stepping stone on
which the South would regain its position
in national noli tics.
"That is true," said Mr. Underwood,
"but if I got the nomination and accepted,
some people would say I had
made a deal for it I have made no
deal and have traded with no man. I
want my friends to know this^ and I
also want them to know that when I*
get into a fight I do not quit I was
withdrawn without my knowledge and
want those who helped me to underseand
Counted on Compromise,
Washington, July 2.?Mr. Underwood
has been keenly attentive to the
proceedings at Baltimore, but not once |
i t i j: i j * tta i
: uas lie aispia-jeu an.y aiiAiwy. xae ueus- i
|ed his hopes on a compromise.
"1 am glad this is over for one
j thing," he said. "Mrs. Underwood
will have a little more peace of mind
Among the first to greet the defeated
candidate after the nomination of
Governor Wilson became known, was
! Representative Nicholasv Longworth.
"Congratulations, Oscar," he said.
"You have made a game fight and we
are proud of you."
Senator Tillman, of South Carolina,
! today telegraphed to Governor Wilson
. Prayer 3fay be Answered.
''T "hovo nravo/I +/-? livo caa o roal
J. liM T v UJ\/U tu ** ' v VrS/ Cfr 1VUA
Democrat president before I die. Next
March, my prayer will be answered.
Congratulations to you and to our
President Taft heard the news of
Governor Wilson's nomination while
at luncheon in the White House with
Mrs. Taft and other members of his
< :1? ml : J l J ?I;? j?
ia.uuij. in? ucviuxcu ixr
make any comment. Friends of Mr.
Taft, however, said tonight that they
could find a grain of comfort in the
selection of the' Baltimore convention.
Expecting Col. Roosevelt to continue
his plan for a third party, they count
I upon the progressive element splitting
between Roosevelt and Wilson.
It is well known in Washington [
that the president and his friends fear|
ed the nomination of Governor Harmon
or Oscar Underwood far more
than they did that of Governor Wilson.
WINNING TICKET, MANY DECLARE
Vast Majority of Party Enthusiastic
Over Outlook With New Jersey
Governor Leading Fight.
Baltimore, July 2.?Nearly all of the
delegates to the convention expressed
enthusiastic satisfaction with the result
of the presidential fight. A few
! who may feel disgruntled content
themselves with saying nothing. Most
of those interviewed are confident that
Governor Wilson will .be elected by
an overwhelming vote.
But some shrewd Democratic leaders
declare that any ticket will have
a bard struggle to win And caution
their colleagues against being too sure.
The latter class generally say that
with any other nominee the chances I
j would have been in favor of the reg-1
! ular ReDublican ticket or of a bolting
ticket led by Col. Roosevelt.
Roosevelt >'ot to Riil*
That the former president will now
conclude not to enter the field, in spite
of his reported declaration of a few
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days ago mai ue wuum xuxi juau
same, no matter whom the Democrats
nominated, is the opinion of the best
authorities who can be seen here and
who will talk.
?> STATE CAMPAIGN DATES. ?>
Monoks Comer, Thursday, July 4.
Charleston, Friday, July 5.
Walterboro, Saturday, July 6.
Beaufort, Tuesday, July 9.
Jasper (Ridgeland) Wednesday,
V UiJ XV*
Hampton, Thursday, July 11.
Barnwell, Friday, July 12.
Bamberg, Saturday, July 13.
St George, Tuesday, July 16.
Orangeburg, Wednesday, Juiy if.
St Matthews, Thursday, July 18.
Columbia, Friday, July 19.
Chester, Saturday, July 20.
Winnsboro, Monday, July 22.
Lexington, Tuesday^ July 23.
Saluda, Wednesday, July 24.
Edgefield, Thursday, July 25.
Aikenfi Friday, July 26.
One Week Off.
Camden, Monday, August 5.
Lancaster, Tuesday, August 6.
Yorkville, "Wednesday, August 7.
Gaffney, Thursday, August 8.
Spartanburg, Friday, August 9.
Union, Saturday, August 10.
Newbery, Tuesday, August 13.
Laurens, Wednesday, August 14.
Greenwood, Thursday, August 15.
Abbeville, Friday, August 16.
Anderson, Saturday, August 17.
Walhalla, Tuesday, August 20.
Pickens, Wednesday, August 21.
Greenville, Thursday, August 22.
Flagged Train With Shirt
Tearing his shirt from his back an
Ohio man flagged a train and saved it
from a wreck, but H. T. Alston, Raleigh,
N. C., once prevented a wreck
with Electric Bitters. "I was in a terrible
plight when I began to use
tiwwn." hiA writes, "my stomach, head,
back and kidneys were all badly affected
and my liver was in bad condition,
but four bottles of Electric Bitters
made me feel like a new man."
A trial will convince you of their
matchless merit for any stomach, liver
or kidney trouble. Price 50 cents at
W. E. Pelham's.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. !
- I will make final settlement of the I
estate, of Wm. T. Foster, deceased, as
in +hp nrobate court for
6LlLH.JU.Li AiSOl utvi > w?> * xr Newberry
County, S. C., at 11 o'clock J
in the forenoon, on June 22, 1912. All j
persons having claims against said
estate will present them duly attested
on or before that date.
J. R. Foster,
5-28-4t-ltw. Administrator. "
JfOTICE OF FDfAL SETTLEMENT.
?ill ">n1rn final oCtfflAmATlt nf I
VV t? W 111 jLUaA^ uuui OWW4W*?
the estate of James A. Riser, deceased,
as executors, in the, Probate Court
for Newberry County, S. C., at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, on July 20,
1912. All persons having claims
against said estate will present them
duly attested on or before that date.
W. J. Ballentine,
W. R. Riser,
6-14-4t-ltaw > Executors.
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Schedules Effective December 3, 1911*
Arrivals and Departures New.
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(N. B.?These sche^'.le figures arej
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8:51 a. m.?No. 15, daily from Columbia
to Greenville. Pullman
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11:50 a. m.?No. 18, daily, from Greenville
to Columbia. Arrives Columbia
1:35 p. m-, Augusta 8:35 p. m.
Charleston 8:15 p. m.
2:45 p. m.?-Nc. 17, daily, from Colum
bia to Greenville.
9:05 p. m.?No. 16, daily, from Greenville
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rive Savannah 4:15 a. m. Jacksonville
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containing endorsements and
references from your door neighbors,
showing what I am doing among presidents
of colleges and banks, mayors,
cmtJis, Ccu>mer?, ia,wyt;r*>, xeaumg
white and colored ministers, merchants,
farmers, etc., you will decide at
once that I must he giving the people
a great understanding to do for
That you might know more of me,
and the respectable white people, than
by my own word, I will present the
clerk's affidavit from my home:
Brevard, N. C., Mar. 3, 1908.
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We could not e?t anything for
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'w,*:VAnAcc Tipfldarfje. Backache, Side
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Brevard, N. C., Dec. 11, 1907.
This certifies that I have suffered
with costiveness, sick and nervous
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to change without notice. Schedules
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Lv. Charleston .. .. 6.00am 10*3&pm
Lv. Sumter 9.41am 6.55pm
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headaches, hurting in my 6ide and
back, grayel and cold feet, I had to
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often through the day without passing
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above named disease for ten years-. I
Vt A . V\/\t? vvvVt?/witrrLn
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me the knowledge to doctor myself
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not know what to do in curing diseas- i
es, until we brought the treatment ;
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old and it certainly makes old people
feel young. Mrs. L. S. Head. (
Cures Nervous and Gastric Dyspepsia. 1
Brevard, N. C., March 10, 1908.
My wife had been in bed two weeks
from confinement, with high fever. I
was in the act of going for the me- 1
dical doctor when the hygienic doctor
came. I bougiht and tried it and my
wife was better before he left. She
was up in three or four days, and we
have not had a doctor since. It clean- i
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It has cured me of nervousness and
gastric dyspepsia for several years
standing. It is the best remedy that
ever was discovered when fully understood.
E. M. Corn.
Westminster, S. C., Oct. 30, 1909.
This is -to certify that I have used
the Hygenic Treatment for fifteen
years and can truthfully certify that
it is one of the best known remedies
for indigestion, constipation, nervousness
and general debility in the known
world. ' J. A. Durham.
Brevard, N. C., Sept, 1907.
This is to certify that I have used
the Hygenic Treatment for nervous
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indigestion, ana Knew it iu ue an uiai
is claimed for it and that in my own
case it seemed to me to be beyond the
reach of medicines. I have recommended
it' to many .others who have
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' M. J. Orr.
Blantyre, N. C., Jan. 28, 1908.
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F. J. Griffin, Greenwood; J. HrtVillard,,
T. A. Cobb, East Cambridge
street, Greenwood, S. C.; Rev. D. W.
Hiott, pastor the Baptist church,
white, who recommend the Hygenic
Treatment to his friends and members
frrwm thfi nnlnit. as, well as on the high
way. And I received checks from .his
members and friends who never saw
me, all on his word. If you doubt it,
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L. E. Thomas, R. 2, who had not
laid down in seven weeks, under medical
treatment with rheumatism and
asthma, and I had him lying down in
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and walking two miles to town when
he wished to, in one month.
J. L. 0. Thompson, editor, and.
Sheriff W. B. Algood, Pickens, S. C., ;
J. L. Camp, depot agent, Easley, S. .
C.; Rev. J. R. Owens, pastor of the (
Baptist church (white) Brevard, N. C.;
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J. M. Norman, J. i*. ?1111 ana j. jm. j?v
Combs (chief of police) Greenwood, '
S. C.; W. A. James, Jr., J. P., office
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Who Cures By Hygiem
: C., N. & U I
Lv. Columbia.. .. ..11.25am 4.55^^
Lv. Prosperity 1.12am $^4pm
Lv. Newberry 1,29pm 8.20pm
Lv. Clinton.. .. ... 2.30pm 2.35pm
Lv. Laurens.. .. .. 2.52pm 2.05pm
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At. Spartanburg. .. 4.05pm 12.20pm
S. A. L.
Ar. Abbeville...... 3.55pm 1.02pm
Ar. Greenwood 3.27pm 1.33pm
Ar. Athens, 6.05pm 10.30am
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A. C. L. 54? ' 55.
Lv. Columbia 5.00pm ll.i5am
Lv. Prosperity 6.26pm 9.50am
Lv. Newberry 6.44pm 9.32am
Lv. Clinton.. 7.35pm 8.44am
Lv. Laurens 7.55pm 8.20am
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At. Greenville 9.30pm 7.00am
S. A. L.
At. Greenville 2.28am 2.38am
Ar.-Abbeville.. ... .. 2.56am 2^8am
At. Athens.. 5.04am 11.59pm
ijr. Atlanta 7.15am 9.55pm
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g, So Get Underof
N. C.; B. W. Alvereon, police, Spartanburg;
Judge C. M. Bowles, Coronaca,
M.. L. Donaldson, (legislator) roil
Pendelton street, with ten years experience,
says it is as solid as-a gold*
dollar, and Lee H. Wood, a merchant,.
560 South Main street, Greenville, S.
C., who had acute indigestion, dying
away spells at night, says he would
not be without it It stopped his troubles
Mrs. J. F. Bogg8 (white), Liberty,
S. C., who was recommended to have *
an operation performed, but after t
sold her the Hygenic Treatment, that
gave her the knowledge to do for herself,
she needed no knife nor doctor
for that trouble.
Some of the supposed needed operations
could be disposed of without the- <
knife if you would only consult me
on the Hygenic Dlan, which consults.
tion would cost you nothing if you
come to see me. And, if you needed
the operation you can not get anything
that will purify the Jrtood and
put the system in a more healtliy condition
for the operation, quicker cheaper,
safer, more thorough, more perma- ?
nent and more intelligently than Hygiene^
when properly applied. '1?|
J. W. Davis, president First Nations?
bank, Hendersonviile, N. C.; D. P.
Stodenmire, real estate and money
leader, sumter, and Mr. <J. u stucKy,
BishopvUle, S. C., all the above are
Rev. Richard Carrol, Bishop W. D.
Chappelle, ex-president Allen Univer- 4 ">?
sity; D. M. McGill, P. E., 20^ Sumter
street; N. H. Collins (a large merchant),
1221 Pine street* Columbia, S. ^ i
C.; R. W. Westberry, employee of the
agricultural department, 10 Council
_x X n -l n r\ . n u
street, oumiei, o. v^., itiul. ui.
Young, president Harbison College,
Irmo, S. C.; Prof. E. J. Gregg, principal
Hoge graded school, ^Newberryr
Rev. G. B. Hancock, pastor Bethlehem .
Baptist church (colored), who, on introducing
me to his people, and congregation,
after four years experience,
told them he "considered it was worth
twenty-five dollars to him the first
time he tried it, and it certainly is no
humbug;" Gilbert Pettis, 615 Snowdea
nriin hoc snffArAri with indices- :
tion and shortness of breath for years, . SB
and works at the white cemetery, is ft . ^
new man in feeling, and troubles
gone; M. C. Scuny, R. F. D. No. 2;
John Caldwell (barber) Caldwell
street, Newberry, S. C., and Peter Henderson,
R. F. D. No. 2, Kinards, S. C.
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money oil your health, but doubt my
statement, it will pay you to risk a
letter with a two cents enclosed to y8H
some of these people. We must be- J|
lieve some one. . ' v1
will be at Key. L. W. Jenning'sT ;
Snnset Park, Jiewberry, S. Cm Phone
2S? 8 rings, instead of Jaek Douglas'
on Saturday before tfie fifth Sun"
" x k/v##inA
lay in June ana saiurauj _
the first Sunday in July, and remain
until Tuesday each time, and at the
Sunday school convention on Fridav f 1
before the second Sunday in July, at
Vaughnville Baptist church, five miles ;
north of Chappells, S. C., at Mrs. Bach- .
el Thompson's No. 157 Auburn Avev
Atlanta, Ga., during the setting of the , J9
Grand Lodge of the G. U. 0. of Odd
Fellows, at Mannings, S. C., during v :
the Grand Lodge setting of G. U. 0. of
in-??J- T. 4nstin's
0. F. and at Jirs. nau^is m
47 South St, Charleston, $. C*, during
the setting of the Grand Lodge of the
Knights of Pythias. All orders or so- $1
cieties paying sick dues to its mem- 1 /
bers will do well to consider this
treatment as you will not have one " J
dollar out of ten to pay any more.
Tt -will cost you from $5.00 to $18.80, ||
according to your.troubles. 5M
In leaving messages always leave ,
name and address. V t
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b* Aifeavife, NL C |
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iS08% $$ as^l 53 arrive and depart
from tJnidn Station, Columbia, daily/
and rua through between Charleston
and Greenville. &
Nos. 54 and 55 arrive and depart
Gervais street, Columbia, daily except
Sunday, and run through between Co-'
lumbia and Greenville. A *4 \
W. J. Craig, P. T. MV- '"k
Wilmington, % CT : .? ;
' . - XV
NOTICE TO TAX DELINQUENTS.
Hon. Jno. L. Epps, County Treasurer,
has placed in my hands executions
for the collection of delinquent taxes
for the year 1911. The law imposes
upon me the duty to levy and collect y
this tax at once. This is to notify all
persons who have not paid their taxes
that they may save cost by coming to*
me and paying the same promptly.The
number of executions this year te
large, and I urge those who have not
paid to attend to it at once. >
M. M. Buford,
Sheriff Newberry Conntv^.
Sheriff's Office, June 6, 1912. - > ,