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THE RESULTS IN SOME
OF THE COUNTY RACES
r DIFFICULT TO FORECAST COMPLEXION
- ~ ^ * r?
Large Number ol second luwes j*ruessary?Central
Facts in Some
B of the Races.
^Additional and more complete returns
from races in practically all of
the counties of the State are presentI
& by the News and Courier Thursday
L morning. A second primary will be
r necessary in so many counties for
members of the house of representatives
that it was impossible at that
time to forecast with any degree of
accuracy the complexion of the next
In Orangeburg, for instance only
one representative, a Jones supporter,
was nominated on the first ballot,
while the second race will be made
by candidates, all of whom declared
^ on the stump for the former chief
In Anderson, a full Blease delegation
pin din? ".Tosh" Ashley, was
L chosen and only two candidates on
K the Blease ticket, for other Anderson
county cffices, failed of election.
Hi Dr. Olin Sawyer, a prominent supW
porter of the governor, was defeated
I for re-election in Georgetown, and in
I Horrv, the Blease candidate for the
I ~ senate, Representative L. B. Singleton,
appears to have been beaten by Hal
0- Thomas F. McDow, anti-Blease, has
been elected to the senate from York,
and Senators Robert Lide, of Orangei
burg and Howard B. Carlisle, of Spartanburg,
both also anti-Blease, were
George R. Rembert, Governor
* Blease's leader in the house, and Alva
M. Lumpkin, opposed to the governor,
are elected in Richland. The remaining
placss will be filled by a second
primary. Former Speaker Mendel L.
Smith has been returned to the house
from Kershaw, and Senator Christensen,
of Beaufort, retains his seat, hav.
ring defeated his opponent, Thomas
Talbird, a Blease man.
Cecil C. Wyche is eletced to the legislature
from Spartanburg on the
"Blease ticket," being the only member
elected on first, ballot.
In Laurens ^r. C. Irbv was the only
member elected to the legislature. Mr.
Irby has been a supporter of Governor
Blease. For the other two places
the second race will be run by Dr.
John H. Miller, Geo. A. Browning, E.
Y. Aycock and'Homer S. Blackwell.
In Charleston county Sheriff Martin
is re-elected over A. W. Perry by
a majority of 1,890. Clerk of Court
Dunkin is re-elected over L. C. A.
Roessler by a majority of 2,072.
In Saluda county W. L. Daniel, a
member of the dispensary commission,
is'defeated for the senate. Mr.
^ Daniel has been in the house.
Saluda, Aug. 28.?The complete unfc.
official report for county offices follows:
State senate, W. L. Daniel,
486: B. W. Crouch. 807; G. W. Wight
man 808. Second race between Wightman
and Crouch. House, Oner, 481;
Reaody, i,S07; Riley, 1888. For sheriff,
J. B. Padgett, 564; B. F. Sample, 1,159;
R. L. Worth, 80; J. E. Zeigler, 355.
Sample re-elected. For supervisor,
Crouch, 221; P. J. Forrest. 372; Fulmer,
8i; Langford, 574; Mack, 157;
r Martin, 227; Matthews, 163; D. W.
Padgett, 198; Shaw, 128. Second race
between Forrest and Langford. For
auditor, X. B. Hazel i20: Shealey,
472: Webb, 693. Hazel and Webb run
over. For superintendent of education,
Carson is re-elected over Johnson
by 2.^0 * majority. W. H. Hazel
and .T. R. Trotter run second race for
coroner. Dominick probably defeats
I Smith for magistrate in First district.
JLs Boatwright and Simons run second
mpp in SdfnnH riisfrirr Pnlprnfln rp_
^ elected in Third, Amaker in Fourth.
Duffie and .Tones in second race in
Fifth. McCarty had no opposition in
Sixth. H. D. Edwards and J. L. Payne
are in second primary for cotton
weigher. Byrnes, for congress. 622;
Greenwood, Aug. 27.?The Jones
. legislative ticket, cowers, .iones ana
Nicholson, is elected. State Senator
Waller is defeated by Johnson. McCombs
and Elkin run over for supervisor.
Russell and Yeldell run over
for clerk of court. Arnold and Wideman
run over for superintendent of
education. Dock Owens is elected coroner.
McMillan is re-elected sheriff.
>*ews of Blairs.
Blairs, Aug. 29.?Miss Trent Keitt,
of Newberry, is srerdin? awhile with
"Miss Harriet Rutherford.
Miss Alma Milling, of Colombia, is
visiting Miss Kate Henderson.
Messrs. John, Paul and Haywood
| Hardy spent their vacation with their
father, Mr. W. D. Hardy. Little Miss
Sara Booker Hardy is spending awhile
with her grandfather.
Miss Rena Whitney, stenographer
for the street car company jn Columbia,
spent her vacation the past week
with her parents.
vise Winnie Hendersoa is attend
ing the summer school at Union.
Mrs. Dave Moore, of Columbia, is
Miss Liza Nance and children, of
Whitmire, spent last week with relatives.
Mrs. Ellen Hergrove and little boy,
Theodore, are visiting in Newberry.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Jeter and little
daughter, Sadie Coleman, spent the
week-end with her parents, Mr. arid
Mrs. W. B. Whitney.
Messrs. Thomas Folk and John
Nance were up for the dance Friday
Mr. G. R. Whitney, of Dallas, Tex.,
will visit his brother, Mr. W. B. Whitney,
Mr. Thaddeus S. Haigler, of Cameron,
spent the week-end with friends.
There was an interesting game of
ball Monday evening at' Blairs between
Blairs and Pomaria, resulting
in a score of 6 to 3 in favor of Blairs.
There was a delightful dance given
Friday night at the home of Mrs. B.
10. Richards. There were a good
i tv.m>(VAnf onri oil eopmciH tn Vinvp
Ill a. II J C*. A * UVV444VU vv MV*. w
a nice time.
CECIL WYCHE ELECTED
Only Representative Chosen to Legislature
From Spartanburg County
Mr. Cecil C. Wyche, a son of Dr.
C. T. Wyche, of Prosper^/, was the
only representative chosen to the legislature
from Spartanburg county on
the first ballot. Mr. Wyche was r?
candidate on the Blease ticket. Howard
B. Carlisle was re-elected sltata
senator by a small majority.
A Family Reunion.
On August 20 there was an enjoyable
gathering of kinsfork, and a good
dinner, at Mr. R. J. Crumpton's, three
miles northeast of Prosperity. It wa*
the occasion of the annual family dinner
of the late Thomas D. Kinard's
children?now men and women of
adult life and considerable experience.
The names of the children are G.
W., P. H., Mary, Ida, Kate, R. D., and
Florence. Kate was Absent, being detained
on the account of the. illness
of her mother-in-law.
i G. W., P. H. and R. D., are well
known. The maiden names of their
wives?alj of these children are married?are
Frankie A. Rikard, Dessie
Richardson and Angella Shirey. The
girls in this Kinard family are married
as follows: Mary to R. J. Crump!
ton. Ida to Geo. W. Cromer. Kate to
Robert Odell, Florence to Jno. T.
There was present a goodly number
of grandchildren, who enjoyed the day
immensely, and will never forget it.
J. P. Kinard and Miss Nancy Kiaaid,
' brother and sister of the late Thomas
D. Kinard, the only living reprfsentatives
of that former generation, were
ion hand' to share the pleasant occai
sion with the others.
Before the good-bye- time came, the
! pastor offered prayer and spoke on
i"God, as a God of families."
Y. von A. Riser.
I <$> LODGE DIKECTOEY,
\KT i\ A n% *%*% /\? 4hA WAWU
IT VUlliCli ui lilC ff UlllU
Maple Camp, No. 437, W. 0. W.,
meets everv first and third WednesI
day evening at 7.45 o'clock. Visiting
j brethren are corially welcome.
D. D. Darby,
T. Burton, Clerk.
I Newberv Camp, No. 542, W. 0. W.,
; meets every second and fourth Wed
! iiesaav night in Kleuner's Hall, at 8
Amity Lodge, >'o. 87, A. F. 3L
Amity Lodge, No. 87, A. F. M., meets
' every first Monday night at 8 o'clock
| in Masonic Hall. Visiting brethren
H. H. Rikard,
J. W. Earhardt, W. M
\ Bergeli Tribe, 3To. 24, I. 0. R. 3T.
Bergell Tribe, No. 24, I. 0. R. M.p
will meet Thursday night, July 18, at
; 8 o'clock ia Klettner's Hall, an every
itwo weeks thereafter.
Ira M. Sligh,
0. Klettner, Sachem.
Chief of Records.
Signet Chapter, >o. 18. V. W.
Signet Chapter, No. 18 R. &. St..
Removed with MOLESOl
no matter haw large, or hoi
face of the skin. And thej
trace or scar will be left 1
to the MOLE or WA
""*V ? ^
pears in about six days, kill
the skin smooth and natura
MOLESOFF is put up on
Each bottle is neatly packed i
full directions, and contains enou
ten ordinary MOLES or WARTi
a positive GUARANTEE if it
WART, we will promptly refund
nonarfm^nf Rl 88
awn i riTuiiTtfinrrriiti ii M<MiiBnriiri?nTrnnii htm
! Prevents Wo
At the last
necessary to j
; ^ relatives in a
-^1 ' 1 ^ f f 11
tmng snort 01 a iun
cause worry and fear.
The Long Distance
the problem. A persona
uation, dispelled worry an
visit at a later date.
In every day, person
tance Bell Telephone can
venierice and loss of time.
^55*55- By the way, hi
In neips! i
Mrs. ]. F. Daniels, o! I
Sip, Ky., writes: "I was I
so sick for 3 or 4 years, I
I had to hire my work I
rinnf* mnst of the time. I
I I had given up hope. When I
I began to take Cardui, I
knew, right away, it was I
helping me. Now, I am |
better than, ever before in H
my life, and Cardui did it" I
The Woman's Tonic
iCardui has helped thous- I
ands of weak, tired, worn- I
out women, back to health. I
I It has a gentle, tonic ac- I
tion on the womanly sys- I
tem. It goes to the cause I
of the trouble. It helps, it I
helps quickly, surely, safe- ?
ly. It has helped others.
Why not you? It will
Try it Get a bottle today! B
meets every second Monday night at
i 8 o'clock in Masonic Hall.
Fred. H. Dcminick,
Harry W. Dominick. E. H. P.
C.aoteechee Council, >o. 4, u. of Jt\ l.
i o. R. >r.
Cateechee Council, No. 4, D. of P.,
meets every other Tuesday night at 8
: o'clock in Klnettner's Hall.
Omaha Tribe. 1. 0. R. 51.
! Omaha Tribe, Xo. 75, I. 0. R. M., j
frosperiitv, s. \j.f meets every nrst duu |
i third Friday night at 8o'clock in Maj
sonic hall. Visiting brethren are wel'
| come. G. H. Dominick,
Prof. J. S. Wheeler, Sachem.
Chief of Records.
larota Tribe, F. 0. R. M".
Lncofa tribe. N'o 7'>. 10 R. M. Ja-!
lapa. S. C., meeting e^e-y other Wedi
FF, without pain or danger,
v far raised about the sur
r will never return, and no
VIOLESOFF is applied diRT,
which entirely dissapling
the germ and leaving
tly in One Dollar Bottles.
in a plain case, accompanied by
igh remedy to remove eight or
5. We sell MOLESOFF under
foilc tn rpmmrA vm-tar \fOT Tv nr
X UiW Ww AViUV) V J V> U? V/ -*-< >-f v*
I the dollar.
MOMENT it was I
)ostpone the visit to
distant city. Anyexplanation
What could be done?
Bell Telephone solved
I talk cleared up the sitLd
completed plans for a
al affairs the Long Dissave
you worry, mconWhy
not try it?
ive you a Bell Telephone?
RFI I TTTf fTPTTIYNir !
0 J --* * A 1 a. ? - * *
I Eat All I Want to Now. No Mor< f
Gas on the Stomach or Soup Stomach.
No More Heavy Feeling Ar't^r
Meals or Constipation.
No matter what you've tried without
getting relief JUST TRY simple' buckthorn
bark, glycerine, etc., as compounded
in ADLER-I-KA! You will be surprised
at the QUICK results and you will be
guarded against appendicitis. The VERY
FIRST DOSE will help you and a short
treatment with ADLER-I-KA will make
you feel better than you have for years.
T1,ie Oerman armendicitis remedy
untisepticizes 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 ai? ordinary
case of appendicitis.
H W. W. MAYES.
nesday night at 8 o'clock in Summer
hall. Visiting brethren are welcome.
W. C. Sligh,
J. W'm. Folk,
Keeper or Records.
A Great Building Falls
when its foundation is undermined,
ind if the foundation of health?good
digestion?is attacked, quick collapse !
follows. "On the first signs of jndiges- j
tlon, Dr. King's New Lite Pills should j
be taken to tone the stomach and reg- i
ulate liver, kidneys and bowels. Pleas- j
ant, easy, safe and on)y 25 cents at W. I
TEACHER WASTED. j
nf flvnorion'1^ Wanted for !
xrrci^uL^i vi. VA|/V? .
Central school. Term of five or five
and one-half months at $10 per month, j
All applications must be in bv August I
20. Apply to either of the undersigned.
J. A. Counts,
T. A. Sheely,
J. D. Koon.
Pomaria, S. C., R. D. N'o. 2.
Now is the time to subscribe to T!w
Herald and News, $1.50 a year.
DODSOS'S LITER TOSE
So Seed Sow to Risk Your Health
Taking Dangerous Dmg?Sew
Remedy is Guaranteed.
Next time your liver gets sluggish
and you feel dull and headachy go to
w. o Mayes drug store and get a bott'e
of supc^'sful medicine. Dod-'
soli's Liver Tone. j
' : ? i ....
and Cut G
I have the best and n
line of Sterling Silver
that has ever been s'
berry, at prices that v
. If you are in need of a
line don't forget the I
CALL AND S
BETTER GOODS AT THF
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T ^1 njSfc. jfl| B\ But fame was nc
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El & c WETSEPAY
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HQ 4 Full Quart*
g?<^\ S I'ull Quarts,
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-12 7ull Quart*,
Remit Postal or Express Money Ord?r,
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I ple;e price list mailed upon reo.acSL
Sold Exclusively By
H. CLARKE & SONS, Inc.,
'The South'a Greatest M&A Order V/ma and Whi
It will start your liver, gently but have
firmly, and cure an attack of constipa- SUp
tion or biliousness without any re- ^
striction of habit or diet
Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant
tasting vegetable liquor, for both chil- "*6
dren or grown people. Its use is not and
followed by any of the bad after-effects ]
which sometimes follow taking calomel.
W. G. Mayes drug store will give you
your money back if you do cot find it J.
a perfect substitute for calomel. noui
For Eouse of Representatives. I
H. H. Evans is hereby announced |
6 d c
as a candidate for the House of Rep- i
.? ftnnnfv j Cler
reselltatives irom i^ewucu; ,
and is pledged to abide the result of! an(*,
the Democratic primary.
Arthur Kibler is hereby announced 1
as a candidate for re-election to the '
Legislature from Newberry county, ,
subject to the Democratic primary.
For Connty Saperintendent of Ednca-!
I am a candidate for election by the
people of Newberry county to the offlce
of County Superintendent of Education,
which office I am now Ailing _
for an unexpired term by appointment ^
from the State Board of Education. I
will abide the result of the Democratic ^ ^
nrimarv. Elbert H. Aull.
George D. Brown, Jr., former superintendent
of the Prosperity high 1 1
school, is annouced as a candidate for
County Superintendent of Education.
He will abide the result of the Demo- prin]
For Snperrisor. Coin
To the Voters of Newberr? County: the :
.V the solicitation of many \ frieuds !
lost up to-date
and Cut Glass
hown in New
rill please you.
nything in this
SAME PRICE AT
e days ofL . J
ten noted for its fine jf
>1 achieved an til die M
)TTLED .IN BOND I
atured in wood, possessing an*
in QUALITY, TASTE and \
EXPRESS on Adam3 and |f
Registered Letter or
)ney returned. Gom
s concluded to make the race for
>rvisor, and if elected I will stay
he job and work for the best inst
of the county and will give yoa
beet service that I am capable of;
I hereby pledge myself to abide
result of the Democratic primary.
W. A. Hill.
Monroe Wicker is hereby aniced
as a candidate for County
jrvisor, subject to the Democratic
For Clerk of Court.
hn C. Goggans is hereby nominatis
a candidate for re-election as.
k of Court for Newberry county
will abide the result of the Demote
mes D. Wheeler is announced as a
[idate for Clerk of Court for Newy
county, subject to the rules of
Democratic party, and will abide
result of the Democratic primary.
A VI vvu"i; VVIUU..UU.W.?.
, P. Pugh is nereDy announced a3
Qdidate for County Commissioner, *
set to the Democratic primary.
e W. Epting is hereby nominated
the office of Sub-Supervisor, and
edged to abide by tlie results of
lereby announce myself as a can*
te for re-election as County Cvmioner,
subject to the Democratic
iary. L. C. Livingstone.
im a candidate for re-election a*
ity Commissioner, and will abide
rules of the Democratic primary.
Custus L. Leitzsey.