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ANNOUNCEMENTS.
For Congress?3rd District.
I am a candidate for Congress Irom
the Third Congressional District, subieot
tn the rules of the Deirocratic
s primary.
life A. H. Dagnall.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for congress from the Third
B Congressional district subject to the
mm rules of the democratic party.
JOHN A. HORTOX.
I announce myself a candidate Sor
Congress from the Third District. 1
will abide the rules, regulations and
results of the Democratic Primary.
^ ? r, in-Ml
7 iiemry kj. iiuuuan.
FOR SOLICITOR, 8th CIRCUIT.
y ?
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for solicitor of the eighth circu::
I composed of the counties of Greenwood,
Abbeville, Laurens and Newberry
and will abide the rules of tttDemocratic
primary election. .
Homer S. Bl&okwell.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the office of Solicitor of the
(Eighth r Tdicial circuit of Sc- th Carolina
composed of the counties of Abbeville,
Greenwood, Laurens and Newberry.
subject to the rftles of the Democratic
primary.
B. V. Chapman.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for solicitor of the Sth Judicial
District, composed of Abbeville, Laurens,
Newberry and Greenwood counties,
subject to the rules of the Demo
I era tic primary.
Geo. T. tMigUl.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of solicitor of the
8th judicial circuit and will abide the
rules of the Democratic party.
T. Frank McCord.
For Howe of Representatives.
I am a candidate for the House of
Representatives, subject to the rules
TWMnfv.rfttta nartr.
Iw* V44V * r>v
, H. H. Eratfti.
I am a candidate for the house of
representatives, subject to the' rules
of tie Democratic party.
J. Wm Folk, Ms D.
Far iCJerk of Coirt
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for re-election to the office of
clerfc of court for Newfoerry county,
subject to the rules of the democratic
primary.
Jno. C. Goggans.
I For Probate Judge.
The many friends of J. B. Baker
announce him a candidate for probate
| judge of Newberry county and pledgej
him to abide the rules of the demo- j
cratic party. |
I hereby announce myself a caadidate
for probate judge of Newberrj
* /?onntv for the unexpired term of C.
t c. Schumpert and will abide "'tb rules
of the democratic party.
J. M. K. Buzzkardt.
W. F. Ewart is announced as a
candidate for probate judge for the
i~\ unexpired term of C. C. Schumpert
i and will abide the rules of the Democratic
party. \
I Dr. 'Van Smith is hereby announced
as a candidate for the unexpired term
D-nVofn Tn^tra nf Vowboprv fOlllltV
|M SJl L.iv/uaig juu&v wi ? , ,
flft subject to the Democratic primary. j
For Supervisor.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for supervisor for dewberry
K county, subject to the Democratic prill
mary.
Henry M. Boozer.
-1 hereby announce myself as a can
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[vtfidate Tor re-eiecuon to tne ouiee ui
supervisor for Newberry county and
will abide by the rules and regulations
of the Democratic primary election.
' J. C. SAMPLE.
For Sheriff,
I am a candidate for reelection to
tie office of sheriff of Newberry
county, subject to the rules o! the
Democratic party.
Cannon G. Blease.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of sheriff of New
I berry county and will abide the rules j
of the Democratic primary, iMy promise
is to do in the future as I have in
the past when I served you?to'perform
my duty faithfully and conscientiously.
M. M. Buford.
For Superintendent of Education.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of county superinI?
tendent of education and will abide the
rules of the democratic party.
HH Elbert H. Aull.
HP To the Voters of Newberry County:
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the office of County Superintendent of
Education, snbject to the rules and
regulations of the Democratic primary.
I seek the office "not for what I can
get ovt o it, but lor what I can put
.Ilti. i. '
Respectfully yours,
Ciemson M. Wilson.
March 7, 1916. University of South
Carolina, Columbia, S. C.
J. S. Wheeler is hereby announced j
ior the office of superintendent or education
of Newberry county, subject to
the rules of the Democratic party.
For County Treasurer.
I hereby announce myself *or treasurer
of Newberry county, subject to
the rules of the Democratic party.
Jas. P. Epting.
I hereby announce myself? a candidate
for re-election / to the office ofj
i county treasurer and will abide by
the rules and regulations of the Dem- j
ocratic primary.
JOHN L. EPPS.
I hereby announce myself a candii
date or the office of County Treasurer,
subject to the rules of the Democratic
primary. I will appreciate your support.
Should I be elected, I will devote
the best efforts of my life to the
discharge of the duties of the offics.
WILLIAM E. PELHAM, Sr.
1 hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of county treasurer j
\nd will abide tLe rules of the Democratic
primary election.
E. M .Lane.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the office O" County (Treasurer,
subject to the rules of the Democratic
primary.
Claude C. Schumpert
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR
I hereby announce mysen. as a candidate
for the office of Auditor for
Newberry county and will aibide by the
rules or the Democratic primary.
J. Moody Esdenbaugh. -
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the office of County Auditor,
subject to the rules uT t$e Democratic
primary. N
J. B. HfrIfacre.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the position ofh^Q#itor for
Newberry county, subject t$ tfeei rulet
of the Democratic PMtfl ' :
^m^Reid.
, .ft- .
I hereby announce |hyse)t candidate
for Vac office ot mailer ot New*
| berry county and will abide $he rules
and regulations of Democratic
' party. |f 'ff
James D. Quat|ltf?au*.
I hereby announce | candidate
for reelection to tpe oflfice of
Master of Newberry county, Object to
the rules *f the Democratic party.
H. H. Rikard.
I i.
For Coroner.
I announce myself a candidate for
reelection to the office pf coroner and
will abide the rules of the Democratic
party.
P. M. Lindsay.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of coroner of Newberry
county and will abide by the
result of the Democratic primary election.
Q. H. RUFF.
For Commissioner.
I announce myself \ candidate for
i the office of County Commissioner
j and will abide the ruh s of the Dem
j ocrauc part/.
<S. J. Cromer, j
I hereby announce myself a candi- j
date for county commissioner and |
will abide the rules of the democratic j
party.
EELIX A. GRAHAM.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for reelection to the office of j
county commissioner of ^J^wDerry
county, and will abide tbewules of |
the Democratic party.
L. tC. Livingston.
FOR MAGISTRATE NOS. 1 AND 8
TOWNSHIPS.
I announce myself a candidate for
the office of magistrate for Townships
Nos. 1 and 8 and will abide the rules
and regulations of the Democratic
party.
Charles W. Douglas.
I am a candid?,> &>r reelection to
the office of magistrate for Nos. 1 and
8 townships and will abide the rules
of the Democratic party.
L. M. Player. J
For Magistrate ?io. 6. . !
I am a candidate for magistrate forj
:;No. 6 township and . will. HbWe tha j
rules and regulations o: the Democratic
party.
J. Henry Dorroh.
For Magistrate, Jfo. 10.
I am a candidate for reelection as
magistrate for No. 11 township and
will abide the rules of the Democratic
party. -- . .
P. B. Ellesor.
I am a candidate.for reelection for
the cffice of magistrate for No. *10
township and will abide the rules of
the Democratic party.
J. A. Kinard.
"" For Magistrate >'o. 11.
I am a candidate for reelection as
magistrate for Xo. 11 township and1
will abide the rules of the Democratic j
party.
H. H. Ruff.
I hereby announce myself a can-i
didare for magistrate .or No. 11 town-1
ship and will abide the rules of the
Democratic primary.
A n r? rprr fl TXTi I
For Magistrate >'o. s.
Joseph H. Adams is hereby announced
as a candidate for reelection
for magistrate of No. 3 township and
will abide the rules of the Democratic
party.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for Magistrate for . Township
No. 3, subject to the rules of the j
Democratic primary.
W. D. Rutherford.
t cnnminoi? mvself a candidate for
magistrate No. 3 township and will \
.abide the rules of the Democratic.
party.
R. W. Olymph.
For Magistrate >'o. 7.
I am a candidate for magistrate of
i
No. 7 township and will abide the
rules of the Democratic party.
W. P. Allen. !
I am a candidate for magistrate of!
No. 7, township and will abide the
rales of the Democratic party.
J. J. Murran. 1
- !
Magistrate >'o. 4.
I hereby announce myself a candi- ;
date for the office of magistrate for
No. 4 township, and pledge myself to
abide by the result of the primary
election of the Democratic party.
Jno. W. Scott.
I am a candidate for reelection to
the office of magistrate for No. 4
Township and. will abide the rules of
the Democratic party. * !
R. M. Augfctry. "
Magistrate X?. 5.
Hix Connor is announced for magis-'
fnT s townfihins for re-elec
'T~* ?"
tor and will abide the rules of t&e
democratic party. j
Friends.
]mmi i
TO CHECK BANDITRY
President Has >'ot Changed Determination
Not to Withdraw Troops
j" jsW.
{Washington, iMay 1.?The serious
ness of the Mexican situation was
emphasized here tonight when Secretary
Baker aid Gen. Bliss declined
to discuss "a "report made by Gen.
Funston today . or Instructions sent
as a . result of this report to Gen.
Scott.
"I can not discuss these matters,"
Secretary Baker said, "nor. can I
state for publication anything regarding
the conference already held by
Sen. Scott, or the one he is to hold,
probably two."
It is now believed tliat the crisis in
the situation may be reached within
the next day or two." (Although war
department officials would r.ot discuss
the question of an- ultimatum
tonight, it is the general impression
nere that Mexico must by incontrovertible
evidence show the United
States that it can govern itself Zefore
American troops will be withdrawn.
SIMPLE
Frederick Palmer, the war correspondent,
said at a dinner in New
York:
"Girls all over England are making
I ammunition now. Lady Hamilton,
I Miss Xancy Cunard, Lady Diana CVfan[
ners?all tliese lovely girls are mak
ing ammunition.
" They say a girl was talking one
day at tea about her ammunition
factory work.
"Oh," she said, "it's just as easy as
anything to make- high-explosive
shell. You take, a tablespoonfull of
nitroglycerine, two cupfuls of guncotton,
half a cup of trinitrotoluol,
three cups of lyddite, and so on, Just
like the cook books you know.' "
1 Only One "BROMO QUININE"
fo get the genuine, call for f*<il name, LAXA
riVE BROM0. (>UININl?. L>">okforsignature ol
E. vv. GKQVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. Stop*
V pfi-1 T??A?-irc rr-'
RUB OUT PAIN.
with good oil liniment. That's
the surest way to stop them. ;
The best rtibbing liniment is|
MUSTANG
LINIMENT
. ? Good for the Ailments of f 1
Horses, Mules, Cattle, "Etc.
Qood for your own A chesf'
I Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains,
i Cuts, Burns, Etc.
25c. 50c. $1. At all Dealers.
S DELICATE CHILD !
Made Strong By Our Vinol
Fayetteville,N.C.?"My little daugh- j
ter was in poor health, delicate and j
so weak it made us very uneasy. I
heard about Vinol and decided to try it j
and the results were marvelous, her ;
appetite improved, she gained in weight, |
and is now one of the healthiest children j
in town. Mothers of delicate children ;
should try Vinol."?Mrs. Gordon Jessup- j
iiiv/i to a ueuuiuus tuu livci auu uuu .
tonic without oil, a constitutional rem- j
edy which creates an appetite, aids di- i
gestion and makes pure nealthy blood. I
All children love to take it. J
Gilder & Weeks, Druggists, New-j
berry, S. C.
COLONEL DECLARES
FOR CONSOLIDATION
Wants Delegates to NameMan on
Whom Republic/as and Progressives
Can Uioite.
.
Xew York, May 1.?Col. Theodore
Roosevelt, on 'his return here tonight
from Chicago, issued a statement expressing
gratification with the reception
of his views on "preparedness,
national duty and Antericanism" ii
the Middle West. Col. Roosevelt declared
he is not interested in the political
fortunes of himself or others,1
and, after outlining the principles j
advocated in recent speeches, said: *
"It can not be said too often that
this is a time of crisis in the nation's
career. We are layig down the foundation
and the controlling lines of a
new era in our history. Everything I
can do will be done to see that the
people, west and east, realize the
, facts and act accordingly.
"As regards myself, I do not believe
that the delegates ought to nominate
! me at Chicago unless they "are prepared
whole heartedly and without
! reserve to make the fight along the
I lines, above outlined. I am ngnungi
for certain great" and vital principles.'
| "For Miat reasoi^ I most earnestly;
hope that the delegates who go tof
Chicago will nominate some man !on |
; whom Republicans and Progressives!
lean combine, and wfeo. moreovarv can ;
be heartily supported by all inde^ j
pendent citizens and particularly by j
all independent Democrats wiho aire
loyal to the nationalism of Andrew
Jackson and who are prerared to put
&? vital honor and interest of this
nation above, all mere partisan con- j
i ? 1 k ,
s*.'eration I hope they will choose a
mjan, upon whom all con unite, and
who. if elected. ;^e can be absolutely j
certain will put the principle above
set forth into actual effect in the
t <
government of the country." /j
j 7 ? 'j
Coras Come Off ;
| LIKE Banana Peel
!
Wonderful, Simple "Gets-It" Neyer
j Pails to Remove Any Corn Easily, j
!n ? i
! "Wouldn't it jar you? Here I've;
been going along ior years, witn oue;
desperate corn after another, trying
| to get rid of them with salves that'
Br ^|JR^3
Hesitate! Use Sure "Geta-Tt" for Those '
Corns and Save Your Life and Your Toes! i
nff rho tr>ps tanes that stick to
the stocking, bandages and plasters
! {hat make a package of the toes, try-1
; ing blood-bringing razors and scisi
sors. Then I tried 'Gets-It' just once
i
and you ought to have seen that corn <
come'off?just like a banana peel." It's!
: sin.pie. wonderful. It's t'ne new way,1
painless, applied in two seconds, nev- j
er hurts healthy flesh or irritates, i
I
i Nothing to press on the corn. Never
; fails. Quit the old ways for once any|
way and try "Gets-It" tonight. For
| corns, calluses, warts &nd bunions. j
I "Gets-It" is sold everywhere, 25c a,
! bottle, or sent direct by ?. Lawrence!
' & Co., Chicago, 111. Sold in -Newberry
i and recommended as the world's best
I mm. rpmfrjv hv Gilder & Weeks. W.!
J G Mayes ana. P. E. iWay.
NOTICE OF- FINAL SETTLEMENT.
I will make a final settlement of
the" estate of J. W. Cook in the Probate
Court for Newberry County, 'S:
C., on Monday the 15th day of May,
1916, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon
aifd Trill immediately thereafter ask J
fqi; my discharge as Guardian of said
! estate. - .
J. A. Senn,
Guardian.
Cores Old Sores, Ctftar Kemeffies.Won't Z3&
The worst cases, no matter of how longf standing,
p.re cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Healing: Oil, l~ relieve
.auu Heals at tb.? ^an^ iime. 25<\ 5Gc. $i.0<
HARLEY-DAVIDSON
THE WORLD'S
A ~fa\Tr ocwirvn rJ ?-> on rJ \Tr*f r\vn\rr
il t3(/V/V:iU liUiJU iUVWViVJ V
your old Motorcycle and get a
Harley-Davidson on installmer
ride.
H. O. STONI
Newberry, i
Pecan Nuts i
(Italian Sty
SELLING ALL Tt
WATCH! NEXT WEEK'S
CIAL CANDY SALE AN
REX A
Cider & W.
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|l Now R
The Spring 19
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y/j |
m \ is positively the best we
^ j On account of the vita! cha
m i into the shoe industry sinc<
ML \ European war, we have gon
. /// '/ ever into the shoe situatior
7% \ are again glad to recommend
H the remarkable tin
yL Because of the "preparedness" <
and the tremendous power of tl
^ Quality h as been k pt right up tc
without departure from popular \
f 9/o ur, white our iine is c
time foryou io see our ah
y/ These three
! Jg of your consideration:
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. The^^fcpJ^ BalataFa
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m The "Non-W?
\ ?leather at its greatest c
| | T.M.SAI
^ ' Newberry,
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BEST
:Ies cheap. Trade in
new one. Buy a new
its and pay while you
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