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4'<uiiYreu<v at :nd.a::ai ;?lis !>?.'( i i<"Aot
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to Emiwnor to Keep Organization
Together !<>r Future.
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Indianapolis, Aug. 3.?Plans for tho
recrganizatios and perpetuation ot'
the Progressive party us a national
political organization were adopted
liere tonight at conference of the
Bull Moose representatives. The conference
after a heated discussion decided
it would be impracticable at this
late date to reassemble the Progressive
national convention and fill the
vacancy cn the national ticket caused
"by Theodore Roosevelt's declination
"nArm'tioti/Mi nrPsifiPTlt. In
vi iiik; iivuiinuvivA*
stead the organization will put an
electoral tickel in every State wher~
tliere is the nucleus of an organization
left, bo>ring the name of .John
Oil. Parker of Louisiana, nominee lor
vice president, in the ho: e of perhaps
electing enough presidential
electors, who might prove the balance 1
of power in the event of a close contest
between the two parties.
Among the states i:i which This
plan would be carried out are: Louis- ;
iara, Maryland, Indian:. Missouri.
Wisconsin.' Michigan, Utah. North
Dakota and Minnesota.
!
J. A. H. Hopkins of Osew Jersey was I
chosen treasurer of the rehabilitated ;
Bull Moose party and Matthew Hole!
of Massachusetts vice chairman of
the national committee will be in active
charge of the campaign.
I>ACfA>A Poi*fr
JL U IlCOtV* \y JLUAl/J*
An executive committee of 15 members
will be appointed by Vice Chairman
Hale to cooperate with the 131
members to the national committee
who refused to vote for the indorse- ment
of Charles E. Hughes at Chi- i
cago June 26, in rehabilitating the
party. This committee will meet after
the November election to formulate
plans for the perpetuation of the
party. These plans may include some
kind of amalgamated with the Prohibition,
Socialist and Woman's parties.
Edwin M. Lee of Indiana, A. D.
Xortoni of Missouri, Bainbridge Colby
of New York, C. F. Hoffman of Michigan,
Harold M. Moise of Louisiana
and C. W. McClure of Georgia were
nnmed members of the executive committee.
The other members will be announced
by Vice Chairman Hale in
a few weeks. The following address
-v.as issued by the conference.
"To te Progressives of the Conn- j
try: J
"At a national conference of the
party held today in the city of Indianapolis,
attended bv representa- i
I
lives of 37 States, 1 resolution was j
unanimously adopted condemning the ;
action of the Progressive national
committee on June 28. 191(1. as ar. j
illegal usurpation of authority not j
conferred upon it by the recent con- j
vention of the party, denouncing its:
r-tinn ,1 hrpaoh of trust and re-'
pudiating the same in every respect j
as non-expressive of the party's;
thought or wises.
Still Stand Firm.
"The conference now in session in j
Indianapolis is composed, without exception.
of progressive men and women
who are still in affiliation with
the Progressive party. Our delibera
tions have been guided soley by a 1
desire to preserve the party as an ir
strument for the expression of ^
halt or interrupting, the great aims >
which the party is dedicated. !
"It is useless to deny or to deceive
ourselves ias to the grievous effect upon
the party of the blows which it
has sustained through the defection
of many of its leaders, and through
the betrayal by the national committee
of the trust confided in it by party
membership. Men whom we have delighted
to honor and whom we have
rejoiced to follow have not only J
abandoned te party's cause but have 1
sought to sacrifice its future and to j
rnmnmmifp t"hf? dismitv nf its indivi-d- !
ual membership by a collusive under- :
taking with the Republican : residen- j
tial ticket.
i
"The course of the national committee
has been emphatically repudiated
in every State where there has
teen free discussion and action.
"This conference is the culminating
protest of the party against the treasonable
attempt to put it out of exist- i
cnce as a national party and to de-1
Jiver its vote to te Republican party."
iMarshmallow 3Iint Sanee.
Marshmallow Mint Sauce: Boil onehalf
cupful of sugar and cne-fourth I
cupful of water five minutes. &dd i
eight marshmallows cut in small |
pieces and pour slowly on one ess1
white beaten stiff. Flavor with one j
drop of oil of peppermint.?Woman's !
Home Compaion.
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>.\i<tV"'-? a.":' *nt s'neyhord
It'Ii it-'L.. (Ji. fli ;:: u. m. .iii.
! strongest took the cnoicest pasture
! land.
i
! In the ^ame of nations, England
, beat them all. She has m^de many
] mistakes. But she owns one-fifth of
J the habitabre earth. She rules the
! waves. And vears ajro. while other
' nations were seeking- a. sort route to
j India. England fastened down on
i Idia itself.?Anne Sherrill Gaird, in
! July Southern Woman's.
i
A N > 0 CI>* C E3TE N TS.
i
FOPu CONGRESS
T:ere is a rumor being circulated
j :o the effecr that Hon. Wyatt Aiken is
' not i candidate for reelection as Con
zr ess man irom tins district. We take
' this means of correcting same.
Knowing hi? true vM-rth as a man ami
| recognizing his sr'cndhi service in
| Congress. v o take pleasure in an'
no-.:?K'ir. g that lie is a candidate for
; reelection.
Friends.
' I am a candidate for congress from
i the Third congressional district, sqdI
ject to the rules of the Democratic
i primary.
A. H. DAGNALL.
rnrn T*n^nvTr<ir re t r t \ nr.
I x nn? JO xi v.iiii/iDATE
FOR CONGRESS SUBJECT
TO THE RULES OF THE DEMOCRATIC
PARTY.
I hereby announce myself as candidate
for congress from the Third
district, subject to the Democratic
primary.
JOHN A. HORTON.
I announce myself a candidate for,
congress from the Third district. I
will abide the rules?, regulations and
! wrtwtiHa iU /> T\y%TV? /-v o f i />
icrcuita U1 Ulio j.
HENRY C. TILLMAN.
FOR STATE SENATE
Alan Johnstone is nominated for j
reelection to the State senate, subject
to the Democratic primary.
I am a candidate for State senate,
subject to the rules of the Democratic
primary.
NEAL W. WORKMAN.
FOR SOLICITOR. 8TH CIRCUIT
I hereby announco myself as a caniidate
for the office of Solicitor of the
Sighth Judicial circuit of South Carolina
composed of the counties of Abbe*ille.
Greenwood, uaurens and Newberry,
suDject to the rules of the Dem
>cratic primary. ;
B. V. CHAPMAN, j
I herebv announce mvself a candi-'
i
late for solicitor of tlie Eighth circuit;
om posed of the counties of Green-;
vocd, Abbeville, Laurens and Xew-'
berry am! will abide the rules of the j
Democratic primary election.
HOMER S. BLACKWELL. '
T. Frank McCord is hereby an- j
nounced as candidate for solicitor of!
he Eighth judicial circuit, subject to |
Democratic primary.
I hereby announce myself as a aan- j
Jidate for solicitor of the Eighth j
a?#. T rli*ctr?i af oamnacflf] ,-\P 1 A I
jl u- i 'iiclu'.c, \j l
' ilie. I.ai'rens, Newberry, and Green-1
wood counties, subject to the rules of j
he Democratic primary.
GEO. T MAG ILL.
FOX HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
he name of W. B. Boinest is herev
:T7hmittpH tn tho T")ptti nrratip vot
/V* ? -W I
of Newberry county as a candi?e
for the house of representatives,
subject to all the rules of the Demo2ratic
primary.
FRIENDS.
I am a candidate for the house of
representatives, subject to the rules
of the Democratic party.
tt rr rrrtn k r\TC?
n. li. m v
[ hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the "house of representatives,
subject to the rules of the
Democratic primary election.
T. A. DOM I NICK.
I am a candidate for the house of
representatives, subject to the rules
of the Democratic party.
J. WM. FOLK, M. D.
I herebv announce mvseif as a can
didate for the house of representa-j
tives, subject to the rules of the
Democratic primary election.
EUSTON N. KIBTJSRj
W. I. Herbert is hereby announced
ay a candidate for the legislature and
will abide the results of the Democratic
nrimarv
Geo. S. Mower is hereby announced
as a candidate for nomination for the
house of representatives in the approaching
Democratic primary, fcubjeot
to the rules of said primary,
C. T. Wycfce is hereby announced
as a candidate for the legislature ami
will abide the rules of the Democratic
primary.
FOE CLERK OF COURT
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for reelection to the office of I
I
' -it i'k of rt for .:i>uruy.
1 ;;s'.)jcitt to the rules 01 the Democrat!I
primary.
JNO. C. GOOGANS. !
FOR I*310HATE .IIJE)?E
.
Tbe many friends of J. B. Baker \
announce birn a candidate for probate
j iudse of Newberry county and pledge i
j"
I him to abide the rules of the Demo-'
cratic party.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for probate judge of Newberry
county for the unexpired term of 0
C. Schumpert and will abide the rules
of the Democratic party.
J. M. K. BUSHARDT.
W. F. Ewart is announced as a
candidate for pro-bate judge for -the
unexpired term of C. G. Schumpert
and will abide the rules of the Democratic
Dartv.
I
Dr Van Smith is heroby announced j
! as a candidate for the unexpired term J
: of probate judge of Newberry county, I
i subject to the Democratic primary, j
SUPERVISOR
I I hereby announce myself as o ean!
iidate for supervisor for Ner. berry :
. 1
i jouiitv, suoject to ue Democratic prii
j
i mary.
HENRY M. BOOZER.
I hereby announce myself as a can!
didate for reelection to the office of i
| supervisor for Newberry count}' and!
will abide hy the rules and regula-;
tions of the Democratic primary election.
J. C. SAMPLE.
FOR SHERIFF
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of sheriff of Newberry
county and will abide the rules
of the Democratic primary. My 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.
I am a candidate for reelection to
the office of sheriff of Newberry
county, subject to the rules of the
Democratic party.
CANNON G. BLEASE.
FOB SUPEEINTEJVDEflT OF EDUCATION
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of county superintendent
of education and will abide
the rules of the Democratic party.
ELBERT H. AULL.
To the Voters of County County: i
I hereby announce my candidacy ]
for the office of county superintendent
of education, subject to the rules and
regulations of the Democratic pri- *
mnrv T appfc- thp "nnt for What : !
I can get out of it, but what I can ' <
put into if
Respectfully yours,
CLEMSOX (M. WILSON, \ <
University of 3. C., Columbia, S. C. j i
ATnrrh 7 19 I fi 1
J. S. Wheeler is hereby announced
for the ofnce of superintendent of "
education of Newberry county, subject
to the rules of the Democratic
party. I j
FOlt COUNTY TREASURER j1
I "hereby announce myc.elf for trea3- 1
urer of Newberry county, subject to i
the rnle? nf the Democratic Darty. i
JAS. F. EPTING. jf
I hereby announce myself a candi- j i
date for reelection to the office of j
county treasurer and will abide by
the rules and regulations of the Democratic
primary. i
JNQ. L. EPPS. ?
I hereby announce myself a candi- j
date for the office of county treasurer,
subject to the rules of che 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 office. 1
WILLIAM E. PELHAM, SR. 2
I hereby announce myself a candi- '
date for the office of county treasurer
and will abide the rules of the Democratic
primary election.
E. M. LANE. 1
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the office of county treasurer,
subject to the rules of the Dem- j
i
ocratic primary.
CLAUDE C. SCHUMPERT.
FOR AUDITOR
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the office of auditor for
Newberry county and wiil abide by
~ ? 1 ~ ~ f T^ATV? Aorofin nrUfiO VTT
Lilt; ruies ui uuc juciuuviatu, ?,x j. .
J. MOODY BEDENBAUGH. |
' *
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the office of county auditor,
subject to the rules of the Democratic
primary.
J. B. HALFACRE.
I hereby announce myself as a can- ,
didate for the position of auditor for (
Newberry county, subject to the rules
of the Democratic party.
W. R. RE ID. ]
I respectfully announce my candi- dacy
to the good people of Newberry j
county for REELECTION to the of- .
" ?J? T P Ai? T
nee Ol county UUUibur. xa iccic^itu j.
pledge to perform the duties encumbent
on me in a strictly temperate, I
I
honorable a:.-l nun.-' r. I
in i way t'.iar. will :o 'aor e rh-?
::i* >r sf.s of the whole peopl: of >.?w-:
be-r, <:o!inr.7.
3UGENE .'Gene S. 'VERTS. .
?r??
ir?Jri mam tr.
[ hereby announce myself a candi-!
date for the office of master of New- j
berry county and will atrde the rules j
and regulations of the Democratic j
party.
J AM I0S D. QUATTLEBAUIM.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for reelection to the office of
master of Newberry county, subject to
the rules of the Democratic party.
H. H. RIKARD.
[ hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the office of master, and [
xvill abide the result of tbe Demo-1
cratio primary.
G. G. SALS, j
j
FOR CORONEX
T announce myself a candidate fori
reelection to tbe office of coroner and j
I
will abide the rules of the Democratic!
party.
F M. LINDSAY ]
I hereby announce myself a can ::- i
date for the office of coroner or* New-i
berry county and will abide by the j
result of the Democratic primary j,
election.
G. K RUFF, j
FOR COMMISSIONER
[ am a candidate for reelection to j
the office of county commissioner
subject to the rules of the Democratic
i
primary.
J. W. EPTING.
I announce myself, a candidate for
the office of county commissioner
onr* mi'TI tho rnlpq n? thp. T")p>TO- I
ocratic party.
S. J. OROMER.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for county commissioner and
will abide the rules of the Democratic
nartv.
FELIX A. GRAHAM.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for reelection to the office of
county ?ommiS6loner of -Newberry
county, and will abide the rules of
the Democratic party.
L. C. LIVINGSTON.
MAGISTRATE NO 1 AND 8
I announce myself a candidate ror
the office of magistrate for townships
Nos. 1 and 8 and will abide the rules
3.nd regulations of the Democratic
party.
CHARLES W. EOUGLAS.
I am a candidate for reelection to
the office of magistrate for Nos. 1 and
I townships and will abide the rules
)f the Democratic party.
L. M. PLAYER. j
[ hereby announce myself a candi- i
late for magistrate for Nos 1 and S!
;owrships subject to the rules of the":
Democratic primary.
JOHN M. TAYLOR.
FOR MAGISTRATE >0. 2
S. J. D. Price is announced as a!
candidate for magistrate of No. 2
:ownship and will abide the rales and!
egulations of the Democratic party.
FOR MAGISTRATE >0. 3
Joseph H. Adams is hereby an-!
jounced as a candidate for reelection !
!or magistrate o? No. 3 '.ownship anij
vill abide the rules of the Democratic j
>arty.
Vr. D. RUTHERFORD.
I announce myself a candidate for
nagistrate No. 3 township and will
Lbide the rules of the Democratic
jarty.
R. W GLYMPH.
FOR MAGISTRATE JiO. 4
I hereby announce myself a candiiate
for the office of magistrate 2or
SJo. 4 township, and pledge myself to
.?.b'.de by *.he 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. U AUGHTRY.
MAGISTRATE SO. 1
I am a candidate for magistrate
for No. 4 township ami will abide the
rules of the Democratic party.
R. C. SHANDS.
FOR MAGISTRATE >'0. 5
Hix Connor is announced for magistrate
for No. 5 township for reelection
and will abide the rules of the
Democratic party.
FRIENDS.
tUK IHAbilSl'KATlS G
I am a candidate for magistrate for
No. 6 township and will abide the
rules and reflations of the Demo
"""
:ratic party.
J. HENRY DORjEOH.
Cary G. Johnson is hereby anlounced
as candidate for magistrate
for township No. 6, enbject to the
Democratic primary.
FOR 3TAGISTRATE NO. 7
I am a candidate for magistrate of j
\'o. 7 township and will abide the j
T
: -s oC the i party. .
V p ALLEN*. '
I in; i M . i: hue for magistrate of!
No 7 :.r.vr.,-.ri.p ano. wiil abide the;
r.les oi che jeoio-.ra*i; parry
J. J. MlRRAN*.
FOR MAGISTRATE >0. ;)
. T n m o if;* fni? m-a <r5<sfr>afa
- A. Ob 'V* I
No. 9 township and will abide the j
rules of the Democratic party.
S. L. FELLHJRS. \
Mr. B. B. Hair is announced as a
candidate for reappointment as magistrate
for No. 9 township and will
abide the rules of the Democratic primary
FOR tf AiGISTRATE NO, 10
I am a candidate for reelection as
magistrate for No. 10 townjhip and
For the high
of young
For Catalogue i
mation address
P. E. MONR(
Leesville,
Wake up bi
The Bell Telephone is
Ring up on the Bell.
You may talk about
your breath but it won't
breath to talk into your Be
Ring up old customers
of prospects, there is no <
aavca uuuic i-iiiic: c.x^ciiai
If you haven't a Bell
Call the Business office foi
SOUTHERN BELL T
AND TELEGRAPH
BOX 163. COL
C! TT A C 1
O Mh O J
ROUND TF
FROM NE
Summer Exc
To Wrichtsville Beach
To Isle of Palms
To Sullivan's Island
To Myrtle Beach
To Norfolk
Tickets on saie from Ma;
sive, limited returning ur
sU-p-over privileges.
Schedules and further p
nished upon aplication to
Ticket Ag<
ATLANTIC C
fwi n. i f n ?l
Jbe Standard Kauri
ii; lo rules )i f.lio Democratic
party |
P. B ELLESOK- i
r am 1 can iidate for reelection for |
the office of magistrate for No. 10
township and will abide the rules of
rhp n<?mncratie Darty.
J. A. XINARD.
FOR MAGISTRATE AO. 11
r am a candidate for reelection as
magistrate for No. 11 township and
will abide the rules of the Democratic g
party. ^
H. H. RUFF,
t hereby announce myself a candidate
for magistrate 'for No. 11 township
and will abide the rules of the
democratic primary.
A VT1P T? W a WTPTCER. i
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ID COLLEGE y
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er education j
women I
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ana other infor)E,
President, |
, South Carolina.
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ismess!
the Big Ben of Business,
dull times 'till you lose i A
t help matters, save your
II Telephone. | ^
, then start on a fresh list j
quicker way ? none that j
ei
Telephone, get one now. J
rates. |
I7T T7HTTAVJ7 fsV A NWi
COMPANY U?I/'
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UMBIA, S. C.
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(IP FARES
:WBERRY . J
ursion h ares
$10.50 j
7.35 i
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17.10 I
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October 31. Liberal j
lartieulars cheerfully fur- 1
T. S. LEFLER, I
?nt C. N. & L. R. R, |
Newberry, S. C. I
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