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Entered at the Postoffice at New
fcwry, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
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Tuesday, May 2, 1&16. ai
MR. L H. HU>T APPOINTED
Chosen Third Member of >'ew Board fc
ef Conciliation Under Act of ^
Last Legislature. a
?At a meeting in Columbia on last
Friday of the two members" of the n
board of conciliation appointed by
. the governor, under the act of the ^
last legislature creating the board,
the first act of the fwo appointive
members was to recommend to the ^
governor the name of third man for! ^
appointment. The governor's ap- ja
^ poiniees ^are Davis, now of ^
fife HM1 B T
, LH. Sunt. A
Columbia, and John A. Law Of Spar- m
ta,nburg. Mr. Davis is a Newberry
boy and got Lintotype training on the ti<
machine in The Herald anfl^ews of- fo
fice. and is now an operator on. the jc
State. Mr. John A. Law is a banker
/ and a mill president. ! uj
At the meeting on Friday they rec- er
ommended the appointment of Mr. I. w
H. Hnnt, of Newberry, as the third hi
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Johii'Lee Davis. e,
member of the board, ar.d the gover- m
nor has made "the appointment' of Mr.
. * Mr. .Hunt is a lawyer and a member ^
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of the firm off Hunt, Hunt and Hunter,
and no better or more appropriate
appointment coul-d have been made. cc
He hss never held political office, but a=
has attended to the 'business of his M
law firm, and has many friends in at
Newberry and wherever he is known, to
He was educated at Newberry col- Wl
lege and the 'South Carolina Univer- T1
sity, and was admitted to the practice Sc
of the law in December, 1894. Mr. <*c
Hunt is 48 years old and was married
in* 1906 to Miss Unity Gibson.
The offer to Mr. Hunt was phoned to
him on ! Friday and came as a great
surprise; to him. He phoned Mr. Davis ai
on; Saturday that lie would accept, ju
air. Hunt , is a non-partisan and hi
broad minded and liberal in bis views, cr
though folding strongly to his convictions'
of duty. He will be a valu- di
able mejnber of the board of concilia- cc
Mr. Horton's Platform.
;Mr. Jno. A. Horton who is a candidate
for congress from the third district
announces his platform in this tt
issue of The Herald and News and tt
also 'publishes his regular card. Mr. n<
Horton made the race two years ago w
and met many of our "peOple and ex- bi
pects to meet more of them during w
the coming summer. Mr. Horton is c<
president of a baqfc at Belton and M
has made a success of his private 2V1
TO TBX mmixi AND a
TEAR FOR $1.50. SI
CHAITAIQIA A SUCCESS
ermacent Organization Effected and
Contract Signed for Next YearFine
The "pulling over'' of the Chautauua
in Newberry is another tsorng
ad striking evidence and demoiiStra
on of what can be done wsen juu
ace arouse the community spirit and
et the people to work together and,
rr this alone it is worth much more
lan it cost. There were Tcnockers
nd kickers galore WTio predicted all
Drts of failure but now that it has
een demonstrated that tfiey knew
ot what they were talking about it
ould be difficult to find them and we
ope they are lost forever and by
iat we mean that such a spirit has
^parted from them. Chairman Jesse
[cFall and Secretary Herman
bright, with the hearty cooperation of
great many of the guarantors, and
ie enthusiasm which they- aroused,
ade it a great success and we do
3t know that we have seen'Tn Xewirry
in a long time such an enthusstic
and good meeting as that held
the court house Friday, when the
. port was made of the sale of tickets.
>me of us guarantors did liot do as
uch in the way of actually selling
ukets as we might have done but
e held up the hands and gave engagement
to those who were at
ark. We tried to boost. And we all
joice at tlie success of the effort
get our people to pull together
:d in the success of the effort.
The amount collected over the
larantee was made a permanent
nd and a permanent organization
as effected fo have another Chauuaua.
'The contract was signed at
e meeting on Friday. TKe lollowg
officers were elected:
President?Geo. B. Cromer.
Vice President?W. H. Wallace.
Secretary and Treasurer?R. Heran
A committee to prepare a constitu-an
and by-laws was appointed as
Hows: W. H. Hunt, E. <H. Aull,
>hn M. Kinard.
The Redpath Chautauqua" has come
p to the expectations of Its most
ithusiastic advocates ancfevery one
- - i Hio norfnrmanpes
no 'Has oceu lu ?
is come away pleased, and has it
)od word. Many were heard to say
'ter the first night that they were
ready repaid for the price of the
There is one thing that has struck
5, though it is not a matter of surrise,
and that is that the gentlemen
ho have been here in connecion with
lis Chautauqua have all been courious
and nice and have made friends
wong our people. Mr. W. ^A. Tetley,
le superintendent, is a jolly good
illow, and One of those whom you
?el that you have known from boyood
up, all your life.
THE NEWS OF PROSPERITY
n Old Bale of Cotton Sold at Little
Mountain to Vote on School
Prosperity, May 1.?Friday will deide
whether we will have an addional
2 nsjll tax to pay the teachers
:d a sufficient amount of money to
llarge the school bulding to accom
odate tne scnooi aisinui auu
te present crowded condition.
We trust that the worthy citizens
ill come to the support of the
iThe correspondent saw a bale of
>tton whch had been ginned 51 years
;o and was sold Saturday at Little
ountain for 12 cents. If money
8 per cent and the fnterest placed
the principal the amount to date
ould have been not less than $500.
his bale only lost 2 pounds, whicb
>es to show that warehouse cotton
>es not decrease in weight.
FOR PROBATE JUDGE
The many friends of J. B. Baker
inounce him a candidate for probate
dge of Newberry county and pledge
m to abide the rules of the demoatic
I hereby announce myself a candiite
for probate judge of Newberry
mnty for the unexpired term of C.
Schumpert and will abide the rules
J *1 _ >l,r
me ueuuuui atiu yaitj.
J. M. K. Buzzhardt.
Mrs. Hayne Buford was hostess for
ie regular fortnightly meeting of
ie Thimble Club Thursday after3on.
The ladies all brought fancy
ork and for over an hour were
lsy with needle and thimble. When
ork was laid aside a delightful ice
>urse was served the following:
rs. IW. "W. Cromer, Lvlrs. R. C. P^rry,
rs. Thad MoCrackin, Mrs. Forrest
ominack, Mrs. Ben< Havirdv Mrs.
oyd Jacobs, Mrs. R. K. Swittenberg,
rs. Russell' Ttdfelarsh, &iss Connie
iannon .and Miss Lurline Evans.
Pastor tj He Installed.
| The Rev. L. P. Boland will be i:i
stalled pastor of the Beth Erie
charge, at Beth Eden church Sanda;
May 7, iyi6. The services will b
conducted by Rev. P. E. Monroe, pres
ident of the E. L. Synod of S. C., an
also president of Summerland co
lege, assisted by Rev. J. D. Kiuart
a former pastor of the charge. Sei
vices will begin at 11 o'clock a. n
Dinner will be served on the groun
and the services concluded in the al
The public is cordially invited.
DOM1MCK MADE PHES7DENT
OF THE COUNTY CONYE.XTIO
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE)
met bis own endorsement, becaus
we have seen times when Mr. Wilso
has had his opinions, and his min
has been turned in a certain direc
tion at one time, and afterwards co1!
ditions changed, new conditions aros<
\fr? Wilcrvn himsplf Vi>>c fhansf
his opinions, which all good men hav
a right to do, and which they shoal
do when they find out they have bee
"Gentlemen of the convention,
take pleasure, if you will permit i
from the chair, in adding my endorse
ment to this resolution in this forn:
and I hope that now my position, in
sofar as Mr. Wilson is concerned, i
"I am a Democrat, and have alway
been one, and no matter who migh
ue XiULUUiaiCU Ull UlC JL'cmuv.iabii; bit.
ket for the presidency of the Unite*
States, I shall go, as I have alway
done since my twenty-Hret birthday
and cast a ticket for the Democrat*
The motion to adopt the resolutisn
by a rising ivote,' which was unani
mously carried, was made by Dr. C
Executive Committee Ratified.
On motion of Mr. Eugene S. Bfeas*
the members of the executive com
mittee announced toy the ariou
clubs, included in the roll of the cjii
vention, were elected as members o
the executive committee.
At 1:20'o'clock, after a session o
exactly one hour and twenty minutes
the convention adjourned sine die.
The Executive Committee.
Immediately following the adjourn
ment of the convention, the executlv
committee was called to order b
Countv Chairman Frank R. Hunter.
Mr. R. T. C. Hunter submitted th
report of the auditing committer
showing a balance on hand of $226.9:
The books were reported in exeeller
shape. The auditing committee wa
composed of Mr. iR. iP. C. Hunter, D
W. C. Brown, and Mr. B. B. Leitzsey
Mr. B. B. Leitzsey was unanimous
ly chosen secretary and treasurer.
iThe committee then adjourned 1
meet on Saturday, May 20, at 3
Roll of the ConyOntioD.
Following is the official roll of th
convention, togetner with tne meir
| bers of the county executive commi
Ward >"o. L,
Committeeman?W. A. McSwain.
Delegates?C. G. Blease, P. F. Ba.3
ter, C. W. Douglas, W. B. Johnson, (
H. Williams, E. S. Blease.
Committeeman?J. B. Humter.
Delegates?E. tC. Jones, Jess
Mayes. G. B. Summer. B. F. Cannoi
! W. G. Mayes, H. H. Abrams, S. J
Derrick, L. W. Jones.
Ward 8 >"o. 1.
Committeeman?J. B. O'N. Hollowaj
Delegates?J. L. Keitt, A. Johnstone
J. B. O'N. Holloway, Geo. ?. Mo we]
"Ward 3, >To. 2.
Committeeman?J. M. K. Buzhardt.
Delegates?J. ?M'. K. Buzhardt, H. E
Blease, W. S. Jones, J. J. Senn? R. I
Committeeman?F. R. Hunter.
.ueiegaies?.r\. w. wornman, j. l
Havird, J. K. Aull, R. C. Boyl6ton? 1
B. Kibler, D. B. Chandler.
Committeeman?0. S. Goree.
Delegates?J. H. Chappe-l^ J. P. Llv
ingston, C. F. Bobb, L. R. Jones, H. (.
Carter, P. S. Tompkics, D. D. Con
nelly, H. B. Franklin.
Committeeman?R. C. Williams.
Delegates?W. E. 'Sentell, J. B. Mc
Dovrell, T. E. Smith.
Committeeman?J. L. Bedenbaugii.
Delegate?J. W. Henderson.
Committeeman?Z. W. Dennis.
Delegate?Claude P. Summer.
Committeeman?M. M. Mills.
Delegates?P. B. Banks, L. A. Te*
G arm any.
Committeeman?B. B. Leitzsey.
Delegate?Jr. W. Folk,
Committeeman?W. C. Brown.
Delegate -Chalmers Brown.
n Committeeman?J. D. Nance.
r. Delegate?John P. Wicker,
e May bin too.
> Committeeman?J. L. Thomas.
(1 Delegite?J. B. uicColluin.
1- Mt. PleasaAt
i, Committeeman?J. L. Henderson.
Delegates?Fred Smith, Ernest:
Committeeman?J. D. Tidmarsh.
Delegates?C. Rhoden, J. 3.
Baker, W. W. Wicker, T. E. Eison, J.
" G. Holder, J. T. Chandler, J. E. Still,
N Q. M. Wright, R. M. Aughtry, W. D.
_ Stroud, Pink Glenn, WTill Baker.
Executive Committeeman?C. M.
Delegates?B. H. Caldwell, Cliarltou
i Committeeman?M. B. Chalmers. j
TA-l - - ~ IC11 n?- - ~ " * I
a ueiegaies?nv. w. n.iser, jr., u. i"i.
e Abrams, R. E. Gee.
r, Committeeman?R. G. Smith.
Delegates T. H. Pope, A. G. John-j
i- Committeeman?J. A. Schroeder.
: Delegate?John Brehmer.
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Delegates?J. V. Clary, B. Y.
s Abrams, J. 'E. Senn.
!- Committeeman?I. M. Smith.
1 Delegates?IW. H. Wallace, W. T.
3 Buford. (half vote each.).
c Committeeman?Fred J. Harmon.
Delegate?M. M. Livingston,
s Saluda No. 7.
Committeeman?1W. H. Sanders.
- Delegate?J. S. Werts.
Committeeman?J. B. Scurry.
'> Delegates?J. J. Murran, E. M. Marl
T ^ ~ .
wi u, ucu namnuuu.
Committeeman?J. H. Rudd.
lf Delegates?M. J. Longshore.
Committeeman?J. A. Foy.
5> Delegate?J. R. Perdue.
Committeeman?J. T. Coleman.
L" Delegates?H. 0. Long, J. P. Blair,
Delegate?E. Lee Hayes.
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Committeeman?J. S. Wheeler.
Delegates?A. A. Domidick, J. D.
Quattlebaum, A. A. Nates, Geo. Y.
Hunter, S. L. Fellers, M. C. Morris, S.
J. Kohn, J. S. Wheeler, C. T. Wyche,
R. I. Stoudemayer.
^ Committeeman?J. P. Hawkins.
Delegates?J. W. Taylor, J. W.
Salnda No. 9.
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v_,ummuieeiiiau?ij. u. uuuiiui^iv..
E. Monts, L. L. Dominick.
Committeeman?Olin 0. Shealy.
Delegates?Oscar Wessinger, Pat B.
' Wise, J. H. Garrett.
Committeeman?W. W. Shealy.
Delegates?Z. W. Bedenbaugh, P.
Committeeman?R. C. T. Hunter.
Delegates?Geo. F. Hunter, R. C.
r I Swiltou. . I
/ Committeeman?John S. Watts.
r' Delegates?Geo. A. Counts, Jno. S
Committeeman?J. B. Derrick.
L Delegates?A. N. Bolaisd, J. B. Derrick.
S. W. Young, C E. Wheeler.
Committeeman?T. J. Wilson.
Delegate?M. L. Strauss,
j Jolly Street
,* Committeeman?H B. Richardson.
Delegates?'S. R. .Metts, G. IT. Werts,
Committeeman?W. H. KiDier.
Delegate?L. B. Bedenbc ugh. /
Committeeman?A. L. Aull.
Delegate?Joe. A. Counts.
Committeeman?J. W. Kiaard.
Delegates?M. M. Harris, B. M.
Committeeman?J. W'. Lominick.
Delegates?M. E. Enlow, P. H.
Kinard, J. W. Lominack.
Committeeman?J. D. Crooks.
Delegate?Jno. M. Harman.
Committeeman?Geo. B. Aull.
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Delegates?Walter Richardson, W.
D. Hatton, H. W. Lominack.
Committeeman?J. P. Harmon.
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