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fettered at the Postoffice at New ;
%U i J, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
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Friday, June 2, 1916. \
For the benefit of *' Abbeville
Press and Banner \ye desire to say
in justice to the Newberry farmer,
who gave out the interview in Colum- j
bia for the Record, that we have no!
idea he intended it for publication,
but was just talking to the governor
and his secretary, as you say, to help
them "keep their courage up." We
do not know who the maa from Newberry
is, but you know these New-!
berry people do not like to make any j
one feel bad. It sounded too good to
the ears of the governor and the secretary
however aiid so they gave it to I
the reporter. We do not speak with j
anthoritv. but sowehow we just feel j
that is the way it all happened. In \
our opinion it was just intended for
te ears of the governor to make him
feel good, and with 210 intention of
doing any one harm. No doubt next
time this prominent Newberry farmer
will be a little more careful. Let
'em feel good awhile.
The Herald and News stated some
time ago that we would be forced occasionally
to cut the list of candidates J
out of the paper when we were j
crowded with ads. We ha<ve had only j
one small kick. We like all the can- j
didates and wish them mighty well, j
We want to tell them something'
more, and that is that they are get- j
ting their advertising much cheaper j
in his county than the candidates in j
almost any other county in the State, j
and in most of the counties the candi- j
dates pay just twice what we charge j
in Newberry. We have printed thej
list for some time twice a week and !
we do not see just how it will injure j
/vf a.iv nne for election;
uie uiiduic ui u..- < ? ?
by leaving his n^me out of the paper :
We had intended some time ago to
make this announcement, that we J
"will print the cut of each candidate'
from the office of congress ondown;
the line to magistrate and a short
sketch of each, if the candidate will j
pay the price of the cut and furnish
the sketch, and it must not take over
four or five inches. Now 5ve have
about decided to Vget out a candidate
edition of The Herald a;id News early
in July, just after all the announce* "
ments are in, it uic can uxua tvo ii >> |
furnish the price of a cut and the
sketch, and print them all at once in,
groups according to office so that the
people may see what you look like!
and who you are and what you want.!
It will make a -nice section to file Jaway.
Corfie along, boys, and let us |
have your picture and the price of the
cut at once so that we may know
how many of you appreciate this offer
and we may have time to get it
out. :\Y? want it complete of all whose J
names appear in this paper. Don't
you think" that a fair proposition?
Now give us your cooperation. We
J- J-t- ~ ?Vs + fVlinrr Q n fl
want always to uu iue ngui -? ,
give tvalue received.
We must have your picture and the
information during the month of June
if you want to be in the picture. Of
course those of you who have cuts al- j
ready will not need to go to that expense.
Don't w it to 4he last moment
and then complain if you do not get
in tne picture.
We would like to put your face
away in our files and this is an opportunity
to you to have it there at a
mnimum of cost. Every one from
magistrate up to congress who will
give us the picture and the price of
the cut and who has his card in The
Herald and News.
We had overlooked the statement
in the newspapers of the great ova- ^
tion the governor received at the
Jones school picnic. But we notice
from the Laurens paper that it was J
not such an ovation after all for Mr. ]
Manning. Only the other day we had
a letter i'rcni a I-aurt-ns man in which
he says: ,
"1 never read a more exaggerated 1
account of a picnic in my life. It was
really a very small affair and Man- j
.r.ing must have been pretty hard up ,
for somewhere to speak, or else, he j
wouldn't have been making that j
sparsely settled section. The crowd j
was small?much smaller than what
was actually expected, and smaller1
than in previous years. You saw what
they had to say about that ovation,
well, if they ell that an ovation, .1
don't know what an ovation is. The ,
band played for each of the speakers,
but that was all they got. Manning
will positively run the poorest "third"
in the Piedmont section this summer J
that ever you thought about. Ke pos- j
itively won't do anything in this j
And that is the way it goes. Our
opinion is that we all know very lit- j
tie about what the result will be.
Mr. X. B. Dial of Laurens chal-!
lenges Senator McLaurin to a joint |
debate in each congressional district j
x (T<v> o f j
on the State warehouse system. *iien.|
is that one meeting in eacli congres- J
sional district "be called and that Mr.
Dial and Mr. McLaurin discuss the
warehouse system and its management.
That would be a .good way to
have the matter discussed before the
people on its merits and without anyj
one seeking office on the system as
AN ALMOST ACCIDENT
Bat for the kindness of our con- j
temporary The Herald and News
would liave been unable to print the
candidates names again today. Henry
Turner (our colored chief of staff and i
general man of no work in particular
and press feeder) managed to start
the press after the forms were oil j
without locking them in the bed of j
the press with the result that one of
them containing two pages was pre- j
cipitated to the cement floor and |
there was not much of it left except j
the pi. These two pages contained i
the candidates cards and they/are all |
pi sure eiiuugn.
It happened that the Observer had j
finished printing the form that con- j
tained these announcements and ]
kindly loaned us the type. It also;
happened that the article on the death j
of J. J. Hill was in that form and the j
Observer had it in type and let us j
have the use of it. So we managed to j
go to press with very little delay and j
nnfhins? was broken.
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We print the announcements from |
the Observer just as they appear in
that paper which gives one or two the
benefit of an announcement in The
Herald and News. Those that are in
The Herald and 'News and not in the
Observer are printed in a separate
column in this issue. We hope no j
name has been omitted.
Accidents will happen and we are
like Polly Anna we are so glad it is
}orVi f- Viavo I
no worse, me acuiucm m's*"- - (
broken the press. We did not get
angry or say or eveij think any bad
There were two or three articles
that we had up for that page tkat we
are forced to omit from this paper
and we lose one or two ads on account i
of the accident. j
THE SOUTH'S MOST .
Write for catalog and price
COLUMBIA, S C, "
WE PAY CASH FOR
FViers up to 11-2 pounds.. _ 2#e
Sggs, dozen lo 6
Miller Bros, Prosperity
If you need them, lve lutve tliem.
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Jewelers, Watch Makers & Opticians
P. C. Jeans, Optometrist.
Are just eight more
of the great Metro
family of supreme
1? ' _ A/f ? 4
oniy in xviciru
iARLBY - DAVIDSON motorcycle^
new and second hand, cash or credit
H. 0. Stone, Newberry, S. C.
mLL PAY 60c per bushel for all
sound cotton seed delivered not
later than "Saturday 3rd. Hornsby
iX>R SALE?One twin cylinder In
diaii motorcycle in first class condition.
Price $75.00. Terms: Cash.
J. H. .Simpson, Newberry, S. C.
REGISTERED DUROCS, The Big
Kind, the heavy Breeding Kind, the
f . 1
kind that tills your "Pork Barrel."
| J have a few nice Hoar Pi;is that 1
could sell. If you want your Ho^ j
I Stock improved, secure one of these |
"Defe der" Pigs. .las I). Quettlebaum,
Prosperity, S. C.
j . .
jl WILL be glad to have pupils to,
, coach during the summer months, j
i Mrs. E. --Norwood, Phone 343-4. j
FQR 'SALE?A handsome horse, j
; sound and gentle, will work any|
where, only $75.00.
FOR -SALE?One grain binder in per- j
feet condition, has cut about 351
acres of grain, will sell at a sacri- j
! fice. Do not care to carry it over, j
.las. I). Quattlebaum, Prosperity, S. '
JULY 4?(The Civic Association of .
Pomaria will give a barbecue at j
Pomaria on July 4 for the benefit of j
the school. Mrs. T. A. Setzler,
VUDCAXIZIXG?Let us .vulcanize |
your tubes and care for your cas- j
ings. We return tubes tested and j
ready for use within twenty min- j
utes. Summer's Garage. ' >
j BARBECUE at St. Pauls?Under the I
auspices of the ladies of the St. j
Pauls Lutheran churcli a barbecue;
will be served at the church i
grounds on July 14. The dinner will j
be cooked by that famous cueist J.! (
D. H. Kibler.
DIXIE STAMP & STATIOXERY (
COMPANY, Columbia, S. C. Office;
and bank supplies. Manufacturers |
of rubber stamps, seals, etc., qual-j
ity and service. Prompt attention ;
to mail orders.
| WANTED?Industrious men who can
; earn at least $100 per month and
expenses retailing Rawleigh Pro!
ducts to farmers. Must have means
! for starting expenses and furnish
i contract signed by two responsible
mon Pnr full np rt ipii In rs write.
j telephone, or call on A. M. Wilson,
j Newberry, S. C.
FOR SALE?1 Registered Aberdeen
Angus bull about one year old. 1
beef steer, 12 grade Duroc Jersey
| pigs. E. 0. Counts, Prosperity, S
! C., Phone 27.
j DRINK MIXTrCOLA, made of purest
materia] and nut un in most sani
tary surroundings. 5-9-St.1
MONEY TO LEND?Apply 10 Mower |
4 -14-tf. v
We will have our children's day
cises in the Mollohon church on
iic 2nd Sunday night in June at 7:30
! o'clock. We invite everybody to come, i
| We have a very pretty porgram. Come ;
and help us to get the banner for our j
J. M. Swindler.
W. R. Bouknight, .
NOTICE TO DELINQUENT TAX I
The county treasurer has placed in j
my hands executions against those j
persons who failed to nav their taxes!
Those interested will have an opportunity
to pay the same at my office j
until June 30th. After that date j
levies will be made according to law. j
Cannon G. Blease.
^ Sheriff. !
WANTED A TEACHER
For Union ?Academy for a five
months school to begin about the first j
of November. Salary $50.00 per'
month. For further information ap-[i
ply to any one of the- undersigned ;
Geo. S. Enlow,
l\\\ B. Franklin,
Prosperity, S. C., R. F. D. No. 3.
All administrators, executors, guardians
and other fiduciaries, are re
quired by law to make an annual return,
on or before the 1st day of July
of each year.
All persons failing lo do so, will
| under the law forfeit their commissions
for handling the estates and 1
will moreover be liable to be sued for j
damages by any person or persons interested
in each estate.
| } .. C. C. -Scfeump^rV.
Judge of Probate.
June 1st, 1916.
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S(-itiil. \ll siill' IN Kl H>IA>
.Joseph .Norwood the son of our
towns people Mr. and iMrs. Josepli
K. Norwood wlio has been in the
Furman Fitting school for the past ;
two years has made a record that fiis
parents should be proud of and has '
won several medals as well as a I
scholarship in Furman. The Green-'
ville News has the following to say i
of the record:
Joseph Norwood, a member of the i
graduating class, and a son of a resi- 1
dent of Newberry (Mr. and Mrs. J. '
Let a tailor tell yc
Porvnln movirol knu
a vupiv iiiuji y V/i iiw n
$17. If you were to
out the labels to <
would get a startling
actual worth of
Costs are cut down in
card is never changed. N
sible by a new method.
The makers decided to 1
of style, of reliable qualit}
adjusted their manufactur
SThe results are shown
i r_i _ .1* i: i!
wool raDncs, uisunuuvc
Big range of m 3d els, all
all men?young and other;
J. H. SUM
We have added to our
grade watchmaker and je
be able to take better car
All work done promp
for the class of work we d
| manufactures Jewelry to <
I we can keep two workme
have the largest and most
partment in town.
All work guaranteed.
J P* C. Jear
| Jewelers and
| Optical Wort
I n .. fi
We will ps
bushel for al
delivered us 1
and Monday <
K. Norwood) won unusual distinc'.ior.
at the commencement this term ho.v-i;;g
been awarded the faculty oratorical
medal, the Rothschild medal for
.scholarship and the Endel medal for
being the best speaker in the third
year class. In addition to these med- *
als Mr. Norwood, who is abou:
years of age, was awarded the scholarship
to Furman University.
-Mr. Norwood's average for the
year's work was 09 and a fraction,
which was also his average for the
past two years and upon the record
of the latter he won the scholarship.
m how much this
: to cost. ^
r it can be done for 1
take the suit within
expert judge you
\ answer as to the
the making. The price
ew values are made posbecome
famous for a suit
r, of known price. They
ing to the policy on a
in the high quality all
workmanship, faultless |
fabrics. Styleplus is for
MER & CO.
W? IBIIMMMMB??M?M? ?
workshop another high
jweler and we will now
e of Watch, Clock and ^
tly. Charges reasonable i
to. Only store in town ?
order, and the fact that I ^
n goes to prove that we I
: satisfactory repair deis
& Co., I J
: a Specialty.
id Wanted ]
iy 60 cts per A
] cotton seed 1
between now IS
eve June 5th!. I
Bros. Co. J