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SEWS OF PROSPERITY.
Personal Mention of Many People?
Death of a Little Boy?Other
Prosperity, Aug. 29.?Mrs. joe. jd. j
Hartman and little son, Elverton, are
spending this week at Peak.
Mr. Wm. Hartman has returned to
Atlanta, after spending several days
with his father.
Prof, and Mrs. J. E. Hunter are
visiting in Newberry.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Harmon spent
hA week-end in Savannah.
Mr. G. C. Wyche, private secretary
to Senator Tillman, is home visiting
his parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. T. Wyche.
Mesdames J. L. Wise, F. V. Capers,
aad Miss Willie May Wise were shoppers
in Newberry Wednesday.
Mr. L. D. Simpson, of Atlanta, is
visiting nis parents, ui auu iuiw. v |
Mrs. Lamar Dominick and children,
of Chappells, are visiting on Route
Miss Kellis Mitchell has returned to
Batesburg, after spending a few days
with Mr. Pat Mitchell.
Mr. E. B. Kibler and children, of
r?Ainmhia arp the guests of Mrs. A. '
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Rev. and Mrs. I. S. Caldwell have
returned home, after spending the
summer in Staunton, Va.
Mrs. Jennie Capers, of Columbia,
spent several days last week with
Mrs. J. L. Wise.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Lovelace and
children are spending the week in
Spartanburg with relatives.
?? whito and little daugh
ivus. nuu i 11 ??
ter, Kathleen, spent the week-end at |
Kibler's Bridge with Miss Annie Mae
Master Robert Merchant, of Colum0
bia, is visiting Master George Wise.
Miss Grace Burton Reagin has as
&er guest Miss Lucile Counts, of
Miss Mary and Helen Lathan have
returned to their home at Little MounT-icitin
or Misses Willie Mae
till H y ClltC'l I ?...
and Tena Wise.
Miss Olive Feagle, of Peak, is visiting
in and around Prosperity.
Mr. Luther Boozer, of Kinards, is \
spending several days with his broth- j
er, Mr. M. H. Boozer. j.
Misses Annie and Rosine Singley,!
and Helen Wheeler, of Excelsior, are j
the guests of Mrs. P. C. Singley. J
Mr. Clifton Kreps, of Columbia, J
spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. 11
W. J. Wise. I;
Mr. Jacob Miller, of Columbia, hasj,
been visiting his sister, Mrs. J. B. .
Mr. Burr Barnes, of Route No. i, is
spending the week in Newberry.
Miss Ruby Wheeler has as her
guest her cousin, Miss Fay Rikard,
Mrs. J. M. Wheeler has gone to Co !
lumbia to spend several weeks.
Mr. Carl Counts and Miss Kathleen !'
Counts have returned to Little Moun- '
tain, after a visit to their uncle, Mr. I
E. 0. Counts. j(
Mr. Claude Sease. of Little Moun- j
tain, spent Friday and Saturday nerj !_
Miss Edna Fellers has accepted aP
position with X. L. Black & Son for- (
Mrs. Jno. Fulmer and children, of 1
Little Mountain, have been visiting
Mrs. S. J. Kolin.
Miss Rebe Langford, of Spartan- j'
burg, is spending- her vacation here |
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L.
Mr. E. C. Matthews, of Marion, is
home for a few days.
Mr. G. W. Hill, of Xewberrv, spent 1
Wednesday here with friends.
Miss Cairo Wyche is spending a
-while in Columbia.
Miss Moss FeHers has returned from
a visit to Silverstreet.
Mrs. Pet Kennedy, of Due West, is '
spending awhile with her mother, I
Mrs. Alice Witherspoon. |(
Mrs. J. M. Cook and little son have j
returned to Montgomery, Ala., after |
jjsiting in and around here for sever-1
al weeks. ''
Miss Aves Wise, of Saluda, is spend-1
ing this week with Miss Lillian Wise, j,
Mrs. Kate Swittenberg, of Xewber- j
rjy is the guest of her sister, Mrs. L. |
O ID An'Arc
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hawkins have
returned from Columbia.
The two-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Enlow, of Saluda, died
Monday, and was buried Tuesday afternoon
at the Prosperity cemetery,
the funeral services being conducted ,
fcy Rev. S. C. Morris.
She?You must see papa, dear,
about our marriage. But don't be anxious
about the outcome. He?What
I'm anxious about is the income.?
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Editor Herald and News: Please allow
me space in your valuable paper
to express my most hearty thanks for
the handsome vote I received for magistral
in No. 10 township.
E. H. Werts.
Card of Thanks.
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1 wish 10 inau-k. uie ?uicis iu .
1 and 8 townships for the handsome i
majority they gavje me over my opponents,
and to those who opposed
me, I have the kindest of feelings, and
will serve every one to the best of my
ability. I also wish to thank the ladies
for the interest they took in my
re-election. Jas. C. Sample.
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To the Voters of Newberry County: j
I wish to thank the people of New- j
berry county for the nice vote which j
they gave me last Tuesday for reelection
to the office of county commissioner.
The executive committee
has placed me in the second primary,
and I hope to be elected, and if elected,
I promise you that I will be watchful
and careful of the best interests
of the county as they shall come.within
L. Charlton Livingstone.
Thanks From Coroner Lindsay.
I desire to express to the voters of j
Newberry counjy my most sincere j
thanks and appreciation for the handsome
vote which I received at the primary.
F. M. Lindsay.
To the Democratic Voters of >ewfoerry
T take this method of assuring my /
friends and supporters throughout the
county that I appreciate beyond expression
their loyalty to rne in Tues- '
day's primary. Since I have' been
county supervisor I have labored at ]
all times and in all respects for the
good of the peoplev and especially ]
have I worked for good roads. I truthfully
believe that I have done more
road building of a permanent nature, ]
with the funds at hand, than any su- j
pervisor before me. But I shall soon h
lay down my task without any illwill
toward anyone for my defeat, and 1
hope that my successor may be able
to carry on the work to a successful *
completion. Whatever assistance I
may be able to render him will be *
cheerfully given. )
L. I. Feagle.
Card From Cannon G. Blease. j1
Editor The Herald and News: Allow j
me space in your columns to express
my heartfelt thanks to the voters of
Newberry county for the ballots they
gave me last Tuesday in the election
for sheriff. I wish that I could tell
*ach of them personally how deep is J
And I want also to thank the good
ladies, who, while they could not vote,
?avp me their influence and en
I wish to say that I have no ill will i'
towards those who supported ray op- ^
ponent, and in casting their ballots
for Mr. Buford they voted for an excellent
man and a fine officer.
When I shall go into the office of |1
sKari'PF T ii-ont axraftr n'Viita man lo/lv l'
JliUI HI 1 V) U1U V * V 1 J M 111V.V tllUU) luuj
and child to feel that the office is ! *
theirs, and that I am their servant. I j'
tiope all the people of the county will
sive me their support in the enforce- j*
went of the laws.
Very respectfully, *
Cannon G. Blease.
A Card. ?
I take this :<nethod of publicly
thanking the voters of Xo. 6 township ]
for the support given me in the re- s
cent election for magistrate. During : 1
the past two years I tiave- done all in 1
my power to fulfill the duties of my of- ;c
fice without fear or favor and during j
the term of two years to which you
have elected me I promise a faithful i1
Yours truly, ^
Wm. M. Dorroh.
TO RECOUNT ANDERSOX VOTE. 1
Xo Contest Planned so Far, However, j
Anderson, Aug. 28.?Xo contest of j1
the votes cast in the election is plan- ]
tied for tomorrow, when the erecutive 5
committee meets at noon to canvass
the returns. Rumors have been about
since the polls closed yesterday to
the effect that in some of the boxes
more ballots were cast than names "
appearing on the polling lists; that some
minors were allowed to vote;
that ballots for Srate officers cast in
county boxes, and vice versa, were t
counted as legal votes; that some S
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were allowed to cast ballots at more ; I
than one precinct and some managers j
of election called in outsiders to [
count the votes. These reports are in
the shape of rumors only, however,
and as far as can be learned tonight,
no man or set of men has planned to
bring these rumors to the attention of
the executive committee.
The main fact of approximately 1,500
votes cast over of two years ago
has been looked on by some with suspicion,
and from a member of the executive
committee it is learned tonight
that the committee will make a recount
of the returns tomorrow. All
action looking to a contest, it is said,
will depend on the outcome of the recount.
What results a recount will
bring out are problematical. Some
Jones supporters have been heard to
say that it is possible that several
hundred votes will be thrown out,
while some Blease followers have
been heard to remark that a recount
is but folly and they do not fear that
the results will be changed any.
Veterans of Various Townships Called
to Meet to Elect Township
The Confederate veterans of the;
several townships are repuested to i
meet in their respective townships
Saturday, August 31, 1912 to elect
townshiD representatives, who will j
meet in the council chamber at Newberry,
S. C., Monday, September 2,
at il o'clock a. m., for the purpose
of electing a county pension board
for the year 1913.
Township No. I will meet in the
council chamber at 8 p. m. August 31.
Township No. 2, at Garmany school
house, at 3 o'clock p. m.
Township No. 3, at Mt. Pleasant
school house at 3 p. m.
Township No. 4, at Whitmire at 3
p. m. j
Township No. 5, at Jalapa at 3 p.
Township No. 6, at Longshore at 3"
Township No. 7, at Chappells at 3
Township No. 8, at Utopia at 3 p. m.
Township No. .9, at Prosperity at 3
Township No. iO, at St. Pauls at 3 j
Township No. 11, at Pomaria at 3
Each township will elect one representative.
I hope that the veterans in each ,
:ownship will meet and elect the representatives
as above stated.
Old veterans, this is an important *
one? avorv tnii'nchin shmilr? hp ^
.uattvx uau t ? v* j tv >n**w?W V
W. G. Peterson,
Chairman Pension Board Newberry
WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION.
Annual Meeting to be Held at First
Baptist Church Here Sept. 5 and6.
Interesting Program Arranged.
The annual meeting of the Baptist
Women's Missionary union, Reedy riv*r
association, will be held at the First
3aptist church of this city on Septem- *
3er 5 and 6.
At the opening session, on Thursday
norning, there will be heard the reports
from the various societies, the
innual address of the superintendent, ^
Miss Etta Bedenbaugh, and talks by
Mrs. M. B. Clinkscales, of Due West,
ft'ho is the vice president for the Wes
.Ci II U1 v idiuil.
Thursday afternoon the time will be
?iven to children's work, and there
ft'ill be an address by Mrs. W. J. Hatcher,
of Johnston, who is Sunbeam
secretary for South Carolina.
On Thursday evening the Rev. Dr.
[T Dan rll T An no n-i 11 nrno nV? i ^
x tiivu.it cwii .juncj) >>111 pi uatii <x tiiio- j
>ionary sermon, to which the public !
s cordially invited.
On Friday morning, which is the
losing session, the work of the Young *
Woman's Auxilliary will be discussed. T
The ladies of all denominations will
3e heartily welcomed at these meetings,
a program of which will be pub
ished next week.
If you want news while it is news
-ead The Herald and News. r
TEACHER WANTED. 13
Experienced male teacher preferred t
:o teach Excelsior school. Salary $60 t
per month for term of 7 months. All c
ipplications to be in before Aug. 3.
tVrite any one of the undersigned. q
D. B. Cook, Prosperity, R. F. D. $
J. C. Singley, Slighs, R. F. D. E
J. A. C. Kibler. Prosperity, R. F. P. i
1-Am?fir? 111' TirniC'TT) iTIAY DA t DTI J
Will Ii i> i i o
The board of registration of New- g
)erry county will be at Whituaire on c
September 3 and at Prosperity on r
I l ran it
| ' You may be
I or it matters n
| some of your r
I to save for a r
I be able to earn
(I 'The Bank'
I Four Per Ceo
I JAS. McDiTOSH, Pres
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September 4 for the purpose of giving HDI
;he people of these communities an
)pportunity to register.
C. E. Wheeler,
T.Pfi Haves. 1|
G. C. Evans,
Registration Board of Newberry Coun- I I
SOUTHERN BAIL WAY.
Schedules Effective December 3, 1811. I I
Arrivals and Departnres Newberry,
t-. o/inoHnip figures are 11 ,
li\. O. 1 UC3V i3V,uv,vn..? ?0
jhown as information only and are noi I
guaranteed.) I ^
8:51 a. m.?No. 15, daily from Columbia
to Greenville. Pullman I
sleeping car between Charlestoc I
LI:50 a. m.?No. 18, daily, from Green- ? <
ville to Columbia. Arrives Colum- g (
bia 1:35 p. m., Augusta 8:35 p. m. ]
Charleston 8:15 p. m.
2:45 p. m.?No. 17, daily, from Colun- I j
Dia to Ureeuunc.
9:05 p. m.?No. 16, daily, from GreeD
ville to Columbia. Pullmar sleep I
ing car Greenville to Charleston
Arrives Charleston 8:15 a. m. Ar I (
rive Savannah 4:15 a. m. Jack E
sonville 8:30 a. m. I (
Four further information call or
icket agents, or E. H. Coapman, V. P 8 *
fc G. M., Washington, D. C.; J. L I
a n t3 a atlanta. Ga.. or F | 4
Kietra., a. vj. JL . jl*.., - ^
1.. Jenkins. T. P. A., Augusta, Ga.
SO SEASON FOR IT.
You Are Shown a IVay Out
There can be no reason why any I
eader of this who suffers the tortures I
if an aching hack, ihe annoyance of I
irinarv riicnrdprs. the nains and dan- |
,rers of kidney ills will fail to heed the I
vord of a resident of this locality who I
ias found relief. The following is B
Mrs. J. M. Wheeler, Prosperity, S. 1
Jar., says: "My kidneys were disor- least,
ered for a long time, causing terrible of ev
tains through my loins and limbs, law I
"here was also a constant acne in my j
?ack and on some occasions I could Son's
carcely get about. The kidney secre- rhey
ions were unnatural and annoyed me indue
;reatiy. I consulted several phvsi- after
ians and tried a number of kidney boxes
emedies, but did not improve in the and 1
rberry Savings 1
>ck, - $50,0
a Farmer, or a Miller, or a C
v*rl*of i7miv firoJa nr nrnfpc
VI rriiai juui uuub vt pi vivwi
ooney is the bank. It will 1
amy day or a day when yon
i as much as now. .' .'
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in?, boating, fishini
Reached in a few
elegant service of t]
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:>f your local agent, c
W. J. CRAl
I had about given up the hope j their
er being cured when my son-in- J menc
>rocured a supply of Doan's Kid- j of m
Pills for me at W. E. Pelham & j do sc
drug store. He had read that j Fo
were good for kidney trouble and cents
ed me to try them. I did so and ! -Vpw
I had taken the contents of two State
> my backache bad disappeared Re
ny kidneys had been restored to . take
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the South, and I ?
schedules, etc., I
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raffic Mgr., I
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normal condition. I have recom- :
nnjui'a Kidney Pills to many i
y friends and shall continue to
r sale by all dealers. Price 50 - '
Foster-MAburn Co., Buffalo, I
York, so'e agents for the United * j
member the narje?Doan's?aad