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I COMPLETION OF NEXT j
SPECULATION AS TO MEASURE OF
| Difficult to Make Accurate Estimate,
I Though It Seems Both Houses
Will be Anti-Blease.
Columbia, September 11.?With-the
jj 6econd primary out of the way and j
& witfi only two or three positions in the
?ower house to be filled in a third pri
mjary the people are interested i?n
M the complexion of the next General:
Assembly. That the Senate, which is I
comoosed of 44 members, will be Anti-j
IBlease by a two-thirds majority is the j
indication from all the information i
available. The best figures obtaina-'
ble on the complexion of the upper j
branch indicate that the Senate will!
stand 30 Anti-Blease, 12 Blease and 21
in doubt. One political observer fig- j
Tifed here to-day that the complexion
of the Senate would be 31 Anti-Blease
and 13 Blease, -" hich is a two-thirds
majority for the Anti-Bleaseites.
It is much more difficult to get a !
Hna nn thp rnmnlpxion of the lower'
house. One Jones man here today,
H who has kept up with matter clo?
ly, figured that the House stands 70
| Anti-Blease, 31 Blease and 23 in
doubt, and he estimates that if thej
W J&iti-Blease forces can get 13 of the
\ 23 doubtful ones the lower branch
"will show a two-thirds Anti-Blease
; laajority. At all events it seems
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from the information available, that
the House of Representatievs will be
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Anti-BIease by a gooa wording majority,
if not a two-thirds.
One strong Blease man said this <
morning that he felt certain the lower |
Ijpuse would be Blease by a small ma-1
jority. There is much doubt about the
House, but the best indications are i
that it will be Anti-BIease by a good ,
majority and possibly a two-thirds, j
txt it* Cfovonsnn nf Chesterfield, i
one of the leaders in the last House,
and a strong Jones man, was returned,
Ijfcit the Jones forces lost a strong
l^der in the defeat of Osborne, of
(Spartanburg. In his place a Blease
man was elected and it appears that !
six out of the seven of the Spartan-,
burg delegation are Blease men.
Many familiar faces will be missing |
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in Dom oranuues wucu me ucucioi
' .Assembly convenes on second Tuesday
in January, and this will be particularly
' true of the lower Housel
however, the anti-Blease forces will;
have many strong leaders among the
new members, including former!
Speaker R. S. Wlialey and X. B. Barnwell,
both of Charleston, C. F. Haynes-1
worth, of Greenville, and many others.j
On the Blease side there will be!
Geo R. Rembert,-tha Blease leader in
the last house, C. C. Wyche, of Spar- j
k tanburg, a new man, and many others :
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rttliO Will UidAC Liltil V.UH,' uii mv, ? o
islative stage for the first time. Allj
in all the session of the next General i
Assembly will be decidedly interesting
> ^and promises to be as lively from a
news standpoint as that of last year.
Both houses will have to organize, j
Half of the Senate are hold-overs and ;
these will caucus and select the Pres- i
ident pro tem and other offices. By i
virtue of his office Lieutenant Gov- j
ernor C. A. Smith is the presiding of- j
ficer of the Senate, and a President!
pro tem -is usually selected from the!
*jjk hold-over Senators. For this position ]
the name of Senator F. H. Weston,!
of Richland, has been mentioned. The j
late Senator W. L. Mauldin, of Green-!
ville, was the President pro tem of the :
lact Sonntp Plerk M. M. Mann is a !
candidate for re-election, as is Ser-!
geant-at-arms J. F. Schumpert. A. M.!
Lumpkin, who was the assistant clerk j
of the last Senate, is now a member i
I of the house, and this position will
|^' have to be filled by a new man.
M. L. Smith, who was re-elected,
from Kershaw, and wfco was Speaker ,
> ?of the last House, will again be put;
forward for that position, and indica-!
tions are that he will be successful
if, as it is believed, the House will be
Anti-Blease. The Blease men are expected
to nominate a candidate for
Speaker and the name of George R.
Rembert, of Richland, has been men- I
tioned in this connection, but when j
seen this morning Mr Rembert de-1
& clined to have anything to say on the
James A. Hoyt, Clerk of the last'
House, and Sergeant-at-arms J. S.'
Wilson, are candidates for re-election, j
No opposition to them has so far developed.
Mr Hoyt, as clerk of the last
House will call the new House to or-1
IN >EW YORK CITY
New York, Sept. 12.?For the first
time in 15 years a covey of quail ap- i
peared within the city limits of
Greater New York a few days ago to j
fTMIE other day a J
into the I H C 1<
business to buy h
IThe^ question of the ?
wagon came up. i He
about five years. The
old books and found*tha
chased on the 15th of
seven years old and pra(
A man may forget whe
but he cannot forget th
he gets from it. I H C
last long and give satisfy
vou find a man owning
iwill rarely see him with
The wood parts of I
from selected, high-gr;
The metal parts are
strongest and best kind
bus wagons have wood g
and New Bettendorf ha
The best wagon for 3
the I H C local dealer
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Dest 01 reasons iux uuy
and information from hi;
I H C Servi
"Hie purpose of this B
of charge to all. the best
on better farming. If yn
tions concerning soils, ci
nation, fertilizers, etc.. ma
and send them to IHCSi
Building. Chicago. USA
t Since 1
fj/ Biit fame vri
^N?%\ a T7..1T ri
12 full Quai
Remit Postal or Expra?s Mcnev C
I Certified Check C:uaranteed ro please <
I plete price list mailed upon request
H. CLARKE & SONS, >n<
The South's Greatest Mzil Order V/ma unc
be followed later by three additional
coveys. The park department has
taken the birds under its protection
onH will ask the nolice department to
prevent any unprincipled shooters j
from exterminating them.
Rev. J. A. Sligh's Great Influence.
If Dr. Thornwell, or Dr. Broaddus,;
or Bishop Wightman could be called
back to preach to these people, they
would not hear them. But if Parson
Sligh, of Newberry, or one of the
preachers of the State who worked for
Blease had a series of appointments in
this county, no house would hold the
A Peach 01 a Manager.
We take off our hat to Mr. Fred.'
Dominick, of Xewberrv, Gov. Blease's !
campaign manager. Frederick deserves
to ,be classed as Frederick the!
Great. He is really and truly a clever
young gentleman and deserves all the
praise that can be bestowed on him
tlHC Wagon?" ;
Kansas farmer walked
Deal dealer's place of
is third I H C wagon.
r 1 r? . T TLT /"*
ige 01 ms nrsi i n ^
thought he had had it
dealer looked up his
.t the wagon was purJulv,
1905, being now
;ticallv as good as new.
n he bought his I H C
e long, faithful service
3 wagons are built to
ictory service. Where
an I H C wagon, you
any other make at any
H C wagons are made
ide, air-dried lumber.
mostly steel of the
. Weber and Columrears,
while Steel King ,
ve steel gears.
,ro'ur purpose is sold by
who will give you the
ing it. Get literature \ ||
m, or write H
* Company of America j
co Bureau ty&aSfo&gK
ureau is to furnish, free
: information obtainable
u have any worthy ques- JIVKUlf
rops. land drainage, irri- Jfawrff
ike your inquiries specific WaMMf?f
jryice Bureau. Harvester
Ihe days of . 1
been noted for its fine
is not achieved until the /
BOT TLED IN BOND
ad matured in wood, possessing uness
in QUALITY, TASTE and
?AY EXPRESS on Adams and i 2. ^
rts, $ 4.50 J|
rts, 6.50 |
rts. 8 50
\rAar T? f?a-ict#?rpf1 T J*ttpr Or IP*** -""l
or money returned. ComRichmond,
i Whiskey Merchants. (4)
because of his managerial ability.
Honestly, now, we think a whole lot
of Fred, also of Cole, and while we
j ? thp latter makes a good
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governor, we are free to confess that I
Fred is a preach of a campaign manager.
Any man who can win out with
the odds so greatly against him deserves
to be commended.
TeH It to Mayor Langford.
Winnsboro News and Herald.
If you want to see the dirt fiy go
to what was Parr's mill on Broad river.
only a few hundred yards beyond
the Southern railway's Columbia and 1
Spartanburg road. That particular <
section of Faiiilelo was apparently as :
dead as , bu: for years and years ]
there'll be something doing at Parr's <
depot. While some distance from (
Winnsboro we hope to see either the
Southern Power company, of Great i
Falls, or the Parr company, run cab- i
les into this town and give us electric 1
power sufficient to do the wheels of 1
any manufacturing enterprise that 1
Men and f
Old Stand 1
I wish to am
the business at tl
Savings Bank. , j
ways be found h
all old customers
tofore visited ou:
stock. We exp<
prices right. Yo
whether you bu;
make your acqu;
Watch for Sp
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U L. I\
may cssme ?ur way. If the power' S
weie tier- to Jar there wouM ne 1
more doing. 1
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY. c
COURT OF .COMMON PLEAS. j
British and American Mortgage Com- I
pany, Limited, Plaintiff
Sidney B. Aull, The \Vhittaker-Har- ^
vey Company, E. A. Beall & Company,
Coe-Mortimer Company, The I
Bank of Columbia, South Carolina j
Loan, and Trust Company, J. J. J ^
Langford, the Soutnern uotioa un
Company, Mercer S. Bailey and
William J. Bailey, as partners un- c]
der the firm name of M. S. Bailey A
& Son, Defendants.
Pursuant to an order of the court
herein, I will sell to the highest bidder
before the court house at Newber~
11 ^ nrithin fh o locro 1 I
ry, soutn K,nivllu-cl, iwuwu
liours of sale, on Monday, the 7th day
3f October, 1912, the same being salelav,
the following property, to wit: w
All that tract or plantation of land d]situate
and being in Township Xo. 5, fo
said State and county, containing one tii
lundred and ninety-two and one- J*
lalf (192 1-2) acres, more or less,
mounded on the north by lands of Mrs. e.
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/ l?p i
l\. \ \
all solid leather S
Soys, Women and 1
1 new. No old stocl
aranteed with every
ir Window 1
< DRY GOOD
LOc. Store. 11121Y1
rberry, South Caroli
lounce to the pub!
son's 10c. Store an
le same stand ne:
\ complete stock c
ere and I will be f
and all those who
r store to call and
to keeo both
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are always welci
y. or not, it being
imtance and friend
lecials & Dispi
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5. B. Aull, east by lands of Mrs. S. B.
Lull and W. E. Merchant, south by
ands of Joseph Epting, and west' by
ands of Joseph Epting.
Terms of sale: Onethird of the purhase
money to be paid in cash, the I
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ralance in two equai annual msianaents,
with interest from day of sale
t the rate of seven per cent, per anum,
the credit portion to be secured
y "bond of the purchaser and mortage
of the premises sold; the bond
nd mortgage to contain a stipulation
it ten per cent, attorney's fee in case
le same shall be collected by" suit or
ut in the hands of an attorney for
ollection; with option to the purtiaser
to anticipate payment in whole
r in part; purchaser to pay for paers
and recording same.
H. H. Rikard, j
Master Newberry County.
September 12, 1912.
A Great Building Falls
hen its foundation is undermined, 1
id if the foundation of health?good 1
gestion?is attacked, quick collapse
llows. On the first signs of indiges- ! *
an, Dr. King's New Life Pills should t
> tafcen to tone the stomach and reg- i
ate liver, kidneys and bowels. Pleas- s
it, easy, safe and only 25 cents at W. s
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lie that I have
id will continue
st door to the
>f goods will alii
eased to have I
> have not here- N
look1 over our
the goods and otne
to our store
? * . y-?\
r our desire to
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DODSON'S LIYEB TONE
No Need Now to Bisk Tour Health
Taking- Dangerous Drag?Now
Bemedy is Guaranteed.
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Next time your liver gets sluggish
and you feel dull and headachy go to
W. G. Mayes drug store and get a bot4-1^
/mAAAoefnl -TVS TV-\/?
tit; Vi. U11C7 l^UU"
son's Liver Tone.
It will start your liver, gently but
firmly, and cure an attack of constipation
or biliousness without any restriction
of habit or diet
Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant
tasting vegetable liquor, for both children
or grown people. Its use is not
followed by any of the bad after-effects
which sometimes follow taking calomel.
W. G. Mayes drug store will giVe you
rour money back if you do not find it
a. perfect substitute for calomel.
Now is the best time to subscribe
tor The Herald and News.
Only a Fire Hero
jut the crowd nb^ered, as, with burned
lands, he held up a small round box,
-it ? ?- J., j ail. _ n _t_1 >_
jj'enows!" D snoutea, mis nuciutuib
Arnica Salve I bold, has everything)eat
for burns." Right! also for boils,
ilcers, sores, pimples, eczema, cuts,
iprains, bruises. Surest pile cure. It
subdues inflammation, Mils pain. Ony
25 cents at W. E. Pelham's. '
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