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SIGNATURE TO PAPtR
DENiED BY M1NTOSB
CERTLFil ATE l> Ki( HEY ( AS!
SOT DEM ISE I
Wounded Doctor Tells 01 His Kefu
sal to Sitrn " Various Typewritten
The State. 26th.
Dr. James H. Mcintosh, who was
wounded early Thursday morning b}
an unknown man, yesterday issued <
statement from the Knowlton hos
Vital, that he did not sign the certi
ficate in the R. A. Richer cast, whici
v;as read by the governor at the senatorial
campaign meeting in Columbia
"I did not sign it and any signature
thereto purporting to be mine is nogenuine,"
said Dr. Mcintosh in conclusion.
When sno vn the certificate "\vhici
the governor read at the canipaigi
meeting Dr. Mcintosh said last nigh
that "the signature thereto of his
name was a clever imitation, but tha
it was not genuine.''
Denial by Physician.
The statement issued by Dr. Mc
Intosli yesterday afternoon follows:
July 25, li<14.
The Kiv.wltoi: Hospital,
"Columbia, S. C.
"On Thursday, July l'3, 1914, 1 \va
still so rnuca under the influence o
the anaesthetic and of anodynes fron
the operation of jthe night previou
that 1 did not see the afternoon pape
and consequently d:d not kiww unti
Friday morning w'dV had been sai
at the campaign meeting on Tbursda)
As soon as 1 saw on Friday mornin,
the certificate >ot out in The Stat
nnrnnri injr tr* 1"?v f been read froi
the plattc! ra by Gov. Blease I imme
diately sent my father, Dr. James Olc
Intosh, and a friend to the governor'
office to request that he send the cer
tificate to the Knowlton hospital b;
his private secretary, Mr. A.ull, that
might have an opportunely of seeinj
and inspecting it. Mr. Aull told thes
gentlemen that the certificate was no
in the office, but that Gov. Blease hai
it in his pocket at the Lexington cam
paign meeting, but that he would ob
tain it and tfcat it would be in the governor's
office on Saturday morning.
'On Saturday morning, on applica
tion at the governor's office, Mr. Aul
told my father. Dr. James Mcintosh
that Gov. Elease had come to the cit:
Friday night but had not come to th<
capitol and consequently he v.ad no
secured the original certificate.
"The only certificate I signed in thi,
case bears date of January 9, 1912
that heins the date of our visit t<
the South Carolina penitentiary an<
of our examination or R. A. Richey
It was prepared and signed in ta.
office of the South Carolina peniten
tiarjy immediately after our examina
tion. It is written with pen and in]
and is 011 one 0: the letterheads 0
the South Carolina penitentiary. 1
is in my handwriting, and it contain
no recommendation of pardon or pa
role. It was signed both by Dr. Know]
^ ^ T nnr]orcror>H fhn
LUU ?tuu Ul.tocn, auu i UUUVIU1,UUU
? ii was turned over by Dr. Knowlton t
W. R. Richey.
"When this true certificate is pre
duced I will identify it and will stan
by its statement. And this is :lie oni
certificate that 1 have ever signed i
the Richey case. Unfortunately, ther
is no copy of this certificate in exist
ence to my knowledge?we made n
copy of it that afternoon, and I hav
not seen the original since.
"This certificate as written by u
was not satisfactory to W. R. Richey
" J ^ 1 fnKooniMn i t,
CtllU, VJU dCVClCli Ua^ O w
our examination various typewritte:
modifications of our certificate Aver
submitted to Dr. Knowton and my
self for our aproval and signature
Each of these, after reading care
fully, 1 returned unsigned, as in m
opinion they did n.t cover the cas
"The certificate published in th
newspaper as having been read b;
Gov. Blease purports to be writte:
en the letter paper of the Knowltoi
hospital and bears date of. Januar;
1't, 1912, whereas the only certificat
I Signed was wnueu uu idler yapc
o: the penitentiary and hears the dat
of January 9, 1912. The certificat
set out in the newspaper is not th
true certificate; I did not sign it am
any signature thereto purporting t
be mine is not genuine.
"James H. Mcintosh,"
Last night the following statemen
" as issued by Dr. Mclntos'h:
"Gov. Blease this afternoon on hi
return irom tiie Saluda meeting state
that the first intimation he had tha
Dr. Mcintosh desired to see the certi
ficste purporting to bo signed by his
in the Richer matter was on readinj
TV- Evening Record. and. lat^r. ac
companied by J hn K. Anil and \Y
F. I]I;.c-k" urn, the governor went n
the Knowlton hospital and exhibitei
! t :e cc ?i.'icutQ* io Dr. -M- .
| I'KM'iK'i: o. hit- lather, Dr. .James Alt \
Iniosh. .Mr. Walter Hunt, .Mr. Charles
Har: and .Mr. Douglas 'McKay.
"()\i inspecting tiie certificate, Dr.
: Mcintosh, said tne signature thereto
I oi his name was a clever imitation, bin
i t:.at it was not genuine.
: i\ie Knowing is tue certincate in
j question, which was read by the gov-1
I ernor at the campaign meeting in Co- j
| lunibia Thursday:
5 j "The Knowlton Hospital,
71 "Xo. 1515 Marion Street.
1 "Columbia, S. C., Jan. 19, 1912.
j "His Excellency, Gov. Cole. L. Blease,
Columbia, S. 'C.
1 : "Sir: At the request of Mr. W; R.
Richey, of Laurens, S. C., and with
" . the permission of Capt. D. J. Griffith, j
, superintendent of the State peniteni
i tiarv, and of Dr. R. T. Jennings, sur
c ! ge. n of the same, we have t'r.is day!
' visited and examined Mr. R. A. i
Richey, now confined in the hospital j
1 ; of the penitentiary. !\Ye would re1
port t :at we tind Mr. Richev suffer-.
t ii:g from a marked neurosis, that the j
> s;;:ne closely simulates a true paralyt
sis. We are inormed that Mr. Richey
has had some such trouble for t-e
l ast ten years or more, and close con-!
- finement is rendering it more marked.
1 We dj not believe this condition will !
be improved so long as Mr. Richey
; remains a prisoner in the penitentiary.
We do believe t-at freedom, outdoor (
s : exercise, etc., would restore him to as '
* i good a state of health as he has en- ;
11 joyed for the past ten years,
s "Respectfully submitted,
r (Signed) "A. B. Knowlt:n, M. D.
j; (Signed) "James H. Mcintosh, M. D.";
r.' Mkiii? or Boosting T
g Abbeville Press and Banner,
e! Elsewhere in this paper will be j
Q .'.ound Editor Aull's replV to an edi-i
i- torial in the Press and Banner anent
his claim that Mr. Dominick will j
s carrv everv countv in the Third Dis- 1
- ' trict, except Abbeville.
y, Not having had the training in
I;journalism that the veteran editor of j
S'./The Herald and News may justly
e i claim, this editor may have un11
thoughtedly verged on personality
I in reviewing Col. Aull's omniibus
- i claim for Mr. Dominick. In so far
- | as we may have done this, we gladly
- j withdraw anything that may have been ;
| considered personal; and return to the !
1 It might be well in the beginning to1
>. enlighten CM. Aull as to the fiction 1
y That I am Mr. Aiken's private sec-re- j
= tary. mere is no such position as pri- (
1 vate secretary to a congressman. Sen- i
ators have their secretaries, who are
a regularly on the government pay roll,
'? tut the congressman pays for clerical
' > i "help, pays to one or a dczen if he sees
* fit and pays it when or where he \
' ! pleases. At one time Mr. Finley bad
e two lady clerks, one at home and one i
": in Washington dividing his clerical .
" hire between them. The great bulk:
^ | of the clerical work through the de-1
* partment can be done at home. The j
t; cne essential thing is that the con-1
s gressman should not'pocket any o: the i
l~ flirtH Viimcplf o ri r) i-r< fhio ~MT
. --v* * A ill KS A.? J uitu XII tuio l CO]J^V/l +MJL1 |
* Aiken's record is absolutely clean. |
Lt Perhaps the position that Mr. Domi0;
nick holds as clerk in the attorney
j general's office is of more importance <
and may have a name and a place
a on tiie 5tat.es pay roll. We assume,;
y however, that Editor Aull, who would i
11 take us to task, sees no objection to!
e both the attorney general. Mr. Peeples,'
> and his clerk, Mr. Dominick, taking a
0 couple of months outing in the pleas- j
e ant game of job hunting, while tneir !
salaries go serenely on. This is an j
o jiioiguujwa.uL mated, nut wurmy tu |
; notice, except to illustrate to Colonel t
o Aull the smallness of his similar refn
; erence to ourselves.
e i Col. Aull asks if Mr. Aiken owns
- ! tie third district. So, Mr. Aiken nor !
J-' his private secretary does not own the !
- tuird district, but the third district j
y does own Mr. Aiken and it has had'
e.-ironi him clean, prompt, faithful ser-j
i vice, receiving all of his time and the j
e ! closest possible attention. Not a man j
y in tie third district, 110 matter what!
a ; his station in life, who has had oc-.
q casion to ask Mr. Aiken's aid will j
v ' g'liincav tliic ctatomont
e It might be well enough in this conr
nection to remind Editor Aull that he
e j can not mortgage the third district to |
e Mr. Dominick, by staking it off in his j
e; "40 acre and a mule" style in the j
^ columns o:' his paper. Political booms, \
0 like charity, should begin at home and j
we submit that there is nothing in the |
I record for 12 years, and even up to the
I present, to indicate that Mr. Dominick,
f i airfpd all thp whilA hv the* orHfrvr nf
i The Herald and News, will carry New- j
s | berry county. In fact, reading the |
^: future by the past, there is every in- \
i J dication that he will not carry New- |
a I As to the other counties of the ids- '
z trict. Colonel Aull has one of two
- sources oi information: Tlis favorite s j
'J statements or his ?,'vn r window j
0 canvass. Col. Aull h:>.s had too much ;
1 political experience 10 rely on either
. I . I . '. .
.71 ca'.v taken him I. <- -rioasiy. Alt r ail
i.e was perhaps j i.-t boosting lit" j
candidate. j it
Kditor Aull doubtless btdieves that v
Mr. Dominiik will be elected. He V
wants to believe that way. and faith
usually follows pretty close in the S
wake of inclination or self-interest, u
The Good Book defines faith to he I w
"the substance of things ;.oped :or, ! ;i
the evidence of things not seen." Then ii
Colonel Aull must be - a .veritable j .J
Abraham as concerns Mr. Dominick's i
chances, for "he is evidently consumed 1(
with hope and we believe he has seen s
but little on which to base it. ,s
We would not intimate that he isi.s:
expecting any favors from Mr. Domi-,](
nick in trying to land him in con- i
gress. We credit him with unselfish jjj
friendship, cemented by the ups and
downs of 15 years. Of course Col. j c
Aull is not looking for any job for j e
himself or for any of his people in case j#](
he can land Mr. Dominick, but if he i
were, it would be very easy to see how i
his faith would ripen into hope ami T
l il* * j
IiOJ)t? HOIHU i lJH-il JillU 1.11 UiUllt la j
his forecasts. j ?
Come to think o' it, however, both I r.
I-Mitor Aull and t is editor are wastin.sr
a lot o printer's ink carrying j
c cmties and districts for our respcc- j j.
tlve favorites, in advance 01 the pri- j t.
mary. We recall now t at claims'
very much like Editor Anil's modest j
little omnibus claim for Mr. Domi-j
nick have ushered in early every can-'
didate who has opposed Mr. Aiken i
since the beginning of his service.! '
They do no particular harm, and it j 11
always helps the candidate up. If Col. i1
Aull Avill pardon a reference to two1,"
veteran politicians in Abbeville county
we will illustrate with a little story.
There were two old Confederate vets
in the county who were commonly
called by the Christian names of Pete ^
and Bill. Like some of the rest of us, =
they were early on the Tillman tide, 1
and they landed together as two of the
three county commissioners. After
senving one term, they launched again
for bigger things, Pete running for
sheriff and Bill for superintendent oi
education. After a canvass o: the
county Bill became very much discour- 1
aged and told Pete he thought he *
would abandon the race. Pete renlipri
"Whv. Bill, von are eoins: to
carry Due West, Lowndesville, McCor- c
mick, Abbeville,?every box, except L
perhaps your opponent's borne; box.'* i
Bill broke into a smile and said. "Pete
say that again; I know it's ail a darn- j
ed joke, but it does sound so good." j d
The plain facts of history compel us j t
to admit hat as much as Bill ap- j z
preciated the kindly intent of his
friend, he knew better.
And mow. Editor Aull, taking the ?
lesson to heart that you have so grace- c
fnllv snvpn 11c fnr ranriidlv wp have a
great respect for your experience and
your -aibility as an editor, we have
sought to avoid even the semblance s
of personalities in this reply. We ap- *
preciate your kindly offer in the clos- c
ing paragraph of your editorial and assure
you that we will not he found
to be less courteous, when similarly <
President Ends Lone: and Bitter Con- i
test Over Federal Reserve Board. ]
Expresses Sorrow. (
Washington, July 2J3.?President
Wilson late today ended the bitterest i
fight of his administration by "with- ]
drawing the nomination o: Thomas D. 1
Jones, of Chicago, to be a member of c
the federal reserve board. Mr. Jones
had written urging this action.
The message cf withdrawal reached i
the senate just as Senator Reed of 1
Missouri, one of the Democrats op- ?
posing confirmation of the appoint- ment,
was concluding a vigorous denunciation
of the International Harvester
company, of which Mr. Joijes i
is director, and those responsible for (
its existence and operations. It ere- 2
ated a mild sensation and cut short j
a debate that promised to run indefinitely.
With the brief message the presi- c
dent sent copies of Mr. Jones' let- t
ter and his repliy. Opposition to the I
nominee had been based on his connection
with the Harvester company,
which is under indictment as a trust j
The senate banking committee hat! j ^
submitted a majority report adverse j c
to confirmation, signed by all the Re- L
publican and two Democratic mem- j
bers. Mr. Jones wrote that this reoort
was based on "a distortion of!
facts and perversion of the truth."
Stands for Warburg.
At the White House it was said
the president's action today did not ^
indicate that there had been change ?
in his determination to insist upon >
the confirmation o: Paul }T. War- I
burg, whose nomination to the rc-!
S! rve b ard als is being opposed.
Xothing has been heard from Mr. \
Warburg in regard to liis -ippearanee q
before the banking c m.niuee and h
tOO'.i to 1 j:i\? t? *'J! f.'ii it v<>ri!:'.r
.Mr. Warburg lo ?*;iange hi.
ii11;i a:"! ;i(* ?*111 the c:>itiniiUe<-'s iii
itation is not expected to return t<
Washington unt:'! tc :norr w.
While Senator Reed was speaking
ecretary Tunmlly hold a conforenc
it a Senators Mollis and Pomerenf
bn with Senators Lee of Maryian
ud Shafroth have been most activ
1 urging ihe confirmation of M:
The president's secretary bad nc
)ng been in eonf?*ence with tb
enators from Ohio and New Hamp
hire "before the purpose of his mis
ion was whispered about the senat
In executive session a few minute
iter the formal announcement of th
rithdrawal was received with 11
omment. When tne senate adjourn
;1. however, there was a Democrat!
)ve feast in the cloak room.
Many Like IIin;.
Plane sat disconsolately in th
moking roow while all the the
nosts at a ball, wore tangoing: 1 Ik
"Why. Blan, what are yon doin
( '(? Why aren't yon out on the floo
ingoing, man?" his host asked.
"I don't tonga." Diane answered.
"Yon don't tango? Ineredieble! Hon
earth is it that yon don't tango?
"Well," Blanc said sadly, "I'd 1 ik
o tango, and I would tanso. only tii
uusic puts me out and the girls gi
a my way,"
1 Hereby announce myself a cand
late tor Congress from the _hird Coi
sessional District, subject to tt
ules of t'lie Democratic party.
Jo'hn A. Horton,
Belton, S. C.
House of Kepresentati?es.
C. T. Wyche is hereiby announced ?
cndidate for the house of represents
ives and will abide the results of tfc
Godfrey M. Harmon is nereDy ai
Louncsd as a candidate for the legisk
ure and will abide the result of ti
I hereby announce myself as a car
iidfcte for tne House of Represent*
ives, subject to the Democratic pr
nary. Neal W, Workman.
Geo:'ge S. Mower Is uerecy annoum
id as a candidate for nomination f<
he House of Representatives in tt
ipproaching Democratic primary.
H. 0. Long is hereby amounced <
i candidate for ihe House of R??pr
;enta:ives and will abide the resu
)f the Democratic primary.
Joe B. Derrick is hereby announ<
d as a candidate for the House <
Representatives and will abide the r
ult of the Democratic primary.
V?. T. Vai. Folk is hereby a:
louuced .:s a candidate for the legi
ature anrl "vill abide the rules of t.1
Democrat :. ! mary. Platform: O
>peration, edueatioc and lower "axe
B. V. Chapman is hereby announce
is a candidate for election to tl
louse of Representatives, and pledg<
limself to abide the result of the Den
Arthur Kibler is nereoy announce
is a candidate for the House of Rej
esentatives and will abide the r
>ult of the Democratic primary.
The many friends of D. C. Bolar
lereby announce him a candidate f?
bounty Supervisor and pledge him
ibide the result of the Democrat
I hereby announce myself a cand
late for Couniy Supervisor for Ne^
)erry and will abide the rules of tl
L. C. Livingstone.
I hereby announce myself as a cai
lidate for Supervisor for Xewberi
:ounty subject to the Democrat
1 r* Qomnle
wnj *? v^. uu.mi/iv.
I am a candidate for Superviso
lubject to the rules of the Democrat
>arty. J. H. Chappell.
I hereD.v announce myselt a. cand
iate for Supervisor of Newberry couj
y and will abide by the Democrat:
Henry M. Boozer.
The ma;.y friends of .T. Monrc
Vicker recognizing his ability an
ualiScaiion?, we hereby nominat
ilrn for County Supervisor, subject t
- liit I * iii craiic ' ' ' i ry.
I am a candidal* i\t the office of
Supe"vi.-or of Newberry county subject
to rules of he Democratic prii
c, , mary elec ion. L. 1. Feagle.
I hereby announce myself a candi:
j I da e for Supervisor (;f Newberry coun
e! ty and will abide the result of .he
\: Democratic primary.
Cu.stis L. Leitzsey.
?t | i
e Magistrate >*os. i and 8.
i- i Ben F. Mills is hereby announced ;
a candidate for Magistrate for Town-1
o ship Nos. 1 and 8, subject to the rules ;
of the Democratic primary.
e I hereby announce myseir a candi-1
t j date foi Magistrate for Townships ,
- I Nos. 1 and S and will abide the re
c i suit of the Democratic primary.
t n-\ ? i
.u. ax. nayci. |
; Charles W. Douglas is hereby announced
as a candidate for Magistrate
n for Townsnips Xos. 1 and S, subject;
r. to the rii.es of the Democratic pri- j
c i mary.
:rj E. L. R^deipspergor hereby an-1
r nounced as a candidate for Magistrate j
I for T-'V::)ships Xos. 1 and S, subject to j
; rlie rules <A the Democratic primary, j
Jacob L. Die1 ert is hereby announc- |
0 ?d as a candidate for Magistrate for
townships Xos. 1 and 8 and will abide
+1 the result cf the Democratic primary.
Magistrate No. 2.
~ S. J. D. Price is hereby announced
j as a candidate for magistrate for No.
j 2 township and will abide the rules of
j the Democratic party.
ie Magistrate Township No. 3.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for Magistrate in Township No.
8, subject to the rules of the Demo
j no. d, jiuvjuhuuj.
_ I announce myself a candidate for
Magistrate for Township No. 3 and
will abide the result of the Democratic
primary. W. D. Futhertford
Jos. H. Adams is hereby announced
as a candidate for Magistrate for
township No. 3 and will abide the result
of the Democratic primary.
Magistra/e >o. 4 Township.
M. Aughtry is hereby announced
as a candidate for re-election for magc_
istrate No. 4 township and will abide
)r by the rules of the Democratic party.
For Magistrate No. 5.
Hix Connor is hereby announced
as a candidate for Magistrate No. 5
township and will abide the result of
the Democratic primary.
For Magistrate >'o. 0.
B. R. Guin is herbv announced for
Magistrate of No. 6 township, subject
to the Democratic primary.
Magistrate >'<>. 7 Township.
Mr. W. R. Reid is herebv announced
a candidate for magistrate for No.
! 7 township and will abide the result
ip i ^
J of the Democratic primary.
!S- Magistrate So. 9.
S. L. Fellers is hereby announced as
^ a candidate for nomination for Magisle
j trate for No. 9 township in the ap23
j proaching primary. Friends,
G. W. Kinard is hereby announced
, i as a candidate for nomination for the
j office of Magistrate in township N'O. 9
in the approaching primary election.
B. B. Hair is announced as a candi?1
- nriaf rQ \ c? "fAT
(late tor reeiccnuii <*a ma5unm,v j.~.
No. 9 township and will abide the
I rules of the Democratic primary.
to j '
. I Magistrate Xo. 10.
J. A. Kinard is hereby announced as
! a candidate for Magiscraie, Township
i ! No. 10, and will abide the result of
the Democratic primary.
Having decided <:o make the race for
Magistrate in No. 10 township I hereby
announce myself for reelection and
will abide the result thereof.
E. H. Werta.
Magis/ra/e >~o. 10.
J. J. Kibler is hereby announced as
a candidate for Magistrate No. 10
c' i township and will abide the result of
| the Democratic primary.
Magistrate No. 11.
i- H. H. Ruff is hereby announced as
i- a candidate for reelection for magisic
trate of Xo. 11 township and will abide
| by the rules of the Democratic party.
W. B. Graham is hereby announced
>eU'.s a candidate for election for magis.-i
! w+a vn n fnwnshii) and will
, >^A ; I 1 Ci t Vrf V/' * * ? " 4.
;e I abide by the rules o: the Democratic
o . party. A Friend.
JyiXVw jr 1
OF ALL KINDS ^ J
IN NO OTHEK
line is such strict attention demandI
ed as in the compounding of drugs. In
order to avoid tbe disastrous result >
/\**f . i 1 a.I ao va! ACfr\ n*A ?-v-\ rvl a^? *
ciitaiicu uv cuipiuj'
none but he most reliable clerks.
If we c mpound your medicines for
you, you can rely upon their accuracy.
Mayes' Drug Store
1'hnne 133 Newberry. S. C.
For Tranwood school. Salary $40
I per month. Term eight mon:hs. Send
! application to
Geo. A. Epting,
J. Robert Long,
Oscar H. Abrams,
Newberry, S. C., R. F. D. 3.
OPESING OF BOOKS OF SUBSCRIP- J
Notice is hereby given that the *
bcoks of subscription to the capital
stock of P. C. Jeans & Co., a corporation
to be organized under the laws
of the State of South Carolina, with \
its principal place of business at
Newberry, S. C., which corporation is j
to engage in the buying, selling and t
repairing of jewelry and all business
usually connected with the jewelry
business, at the office cr Messrs. ;
Blease & Blease, Newberry, S. C., on
Friday, July 10, 1914, at 10 o'clock,
a. m., the capital stock of the proposed
corporation to be $2,500.00, divided
into 50 shares of $50.00 each.
P. C. Jeans,
Board of Corporators.
University of South Carolina
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offers a Teacher's Scholarship
to one young man from each
county. The scholarship is worth
$100 in money and exemption from
all fees, amounting to $ij8.
The examination will be held at "*
the county seat Friday, July io, '
1914. General entrance examinations
will be held at the same time M
for all students.
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iNewberiy County, and will be
filled by competitive examination
at the county seat on Friday, August
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Malaria and builds up the system. A true tonic
j and sure Appetizer. For adults and children. 50c.